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Iran punishing Israel 

The senior spokesman for the Iranian Armed Forces has warned Israel and its Western supporters that they will pay a high price if they cross Iran's red lines. Brigadier General Abolfazl Shekarchi warned the leaders of the United States, the UK, France and Germany to stop supporting the rogue, law-breaking, child-killing, and terrorist Israeli regime. He said if those Western countries and Israel cross the line, Iran's response would be much more powerful than the earlier punishment it carried out against the regime. Shekarchi reiterated that the Islamic Republic is not warmonger and does not seek to spread the war. He then advised the Western backers of Israel to come to their senses and cease their support for the illegitimate and terrorist Israeli regime, instead of condemning Iran's legitimate and legal response to the regime.

Operation True Promise 

The Iranian foreign minister says Tehran’s punishing response to Israel’s attack on its embassy in Syria was carried out within the framework of legitimate defense and based on international law. Hossein Amir-Abdollahian made the comments in a phone call with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. He said the Islamic Republic only targeted a number of Israeli military positions, which had been used by the regime in its attack on the Iranian consular building in Damascus. He emphasized that Iran's response to the regime could have been much stronger. The top diplomat added that the only option left for Tehran was taking military action after the UN Security Council failed to condemn Israel’s attack on Iran's diplomatic premises. The Iranian foreign minister had earlier made similar remarks in phone calls with his Chinese, British, German, Russian, Austrian, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Slovenian counterparts.

US-Israeli Genocide in Gaza 

Israel’s relentless airstrikes and artillery fire continue to claim more civilian lives across the Gaza Strip, pushing the blockaded territory further to the brink. A deadly airstrike targeting a house in Rafah, in southern Gaza, killed at least four Palestinians, including a child. In northern Gaza, Israeli attacks struck the Al-Fakhoura Martyrs Mosque in Jabalia refugee camp, leaving several Palestinians dead and at least nine others injured. In the north, a number of occupation vehicles entered the town of Beit Hanoun and surrounded a school that housed displaced people before opening fire on them. A number of Palestinians were killed and several others wounded in an Israeli strike on the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza. Gaza health officials say nearly 70 people were killed and 94 others injured in just 24 hours. The death toll from the regime’s genocide in Gaza now stands at nearly 33,800, with more than 76,460 others injured.

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