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Israel’s survival based on wars, insecurity; no escape from implosion: Tehran

People bid farewell to two Iranian military advisers killed in Israeli airstrikes, in Tehran’s Merajoshohada, April 2, 2023. (Photo by Tasnim news agency)

Iran says Israel has always based its survival on sparking wars and instability in the region but it cannot escape internal collapse anymore.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kan’ani made the remarks in a tweet on Tuesday, days after two Iranian military advisers were martyred in Israeli airstrikes on Syria.

Kan’ani also argued that Israel tends to ramp up its adventurous acts whenever diplomacy comes to the fore in West Asia.

“The more the path of diplomacy and convergence is strengthened in the West Asia region, the more the adventurous measures of the usurping Zionist regime increase,” he wrote.

“The reason is obvious; The existence and survival of the fake Israeli regime have always been based on war, insecurity and sowing discord in the region, and of course, it now has no escape from internal collapse.”

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) military advisers Milad Heidari, 32, and Meqdad Mehqani, 31, were killed in Israel’s Friday aerial assaults on the suburbs of Damascus.

A funeral procession is underway in the Iranian capital, Tehran, for the two martyrs.

Israel’s latest crime came at a time when the occupying entity is in the grip of one of the most serious domestic crises in its history with uproar over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s now-delayed plans to overhaul the judicial system.

This is while regional countries such as Iran and Saudi Arabia have stepped up efforts to resolve their differences and mend ties.

Tel Aviv largely remains silent about its air raids on Syria in violation of the Arab country’s sovereignty.

The regime is known as one of the main supporters of terrorist groups that have battled the government of President Bashar al-Assad since foreign-sponsored militancy erupted in Syria in early 2011.

Iran maintains an advisory mission in Syria, helping it in the face of terrorism. Back in 2017, the advisory assistance helped Damascus vanquish the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.

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