Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has issued a warning of a potential preemptive action against Israel “in the coming hours” in response to Israel’s bombing of Gaza. This statement comes amidst an ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group, Hamas. The conflict has led to over 4,000 casualties on both sides and has caused increased tensions in the region, with concerns of Hezbollah possibly joining the fight.
- Hossein Amirabdollahian, Iran’s Foreign Minister, warned of imminent preemptive action against Israel due to its activities in Gaza.
- Israel and Hamas have been in conflict since October 7, resulting in over 4,000 casualties.
- Amirabdollahian emphasized that “all options are open” and criticized Israel’s “war crimes” in Gaza.
- U.S. officials are apprehensive about the Iran-supported Hezbollah potentially opening a second front in the conflict.
- Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Charles Q. Brown expressed a strong message, urging Iran to ensure the conflict doesn’t escalate further.