War: Iran’s threat to Israel prompts a reevaluation of our nuclear policy

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The tensions between the two countries have been rising, and on Thursday, Iran warned that it will “reconsider” its nuclear doctrine in the event that Israel attacks any of its nuclear sites.

If Iran’s nuclear facilities were endangered by Israel, the government would retaliate, according to Brigadier General Ahmed Haqtalab, who is in charge of protecting them within the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

The warning is in response to the rumors that Israel is considering taking military action in response to the IRGC’s historic frontal strike on various Israeli locations on Saturday, which included hundreds of missiles and drones.

Two senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commanders for Syria and Lebanon were among the seven Iranian military officials killed in an attack on the Iranian Consulate in Damascus on April 1. Tehran claimed responsibility for the incident.

In spite of numerous Western nations’ calls for calm and de-escalation, Israeli officials have threatened retaliation.

According to Haqtalab, Israel should expect to “definitely face response” in the shape of assaults on Israeli nuclear centers if it targets Iranian nuclear facilities and centers.

“The nuclear policies and considerations that have been publicly stated can be revised and departed from due to the threat that the Zionist regime poses to Iran’s nuclear facilities,” he stated.

Haqtalab pointed out that according to the rules and regulations set out by the IAEA, no country is allowed to attack nuclear installations; nonetheless, Iran has stated that it is “prepared to deal with all threats.”

Iran possesses the “necessary information” to pinpoint nuclear targets in Israel, according to the IRGC commander, who added that “hands are on the trigger” in case the situation demands it.

In his scathing attack on Iran’s diplomatic presence in Syria’s capital, he accused Israel of “violating all international laws and regulations” and referred to it as a “criminal act.”

Iran’s foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, has recently warned of a “strong response” in his meetings with foreign counterparts. He flew in New York for a UN Security Council meeting on full Palestinian membership on Thursday.

“Any additional military action by Israel against Iran will face a response “within seconds,” said Ali Bagheri Kani, Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator and his deputy, on Monday.

“Should Israel make another error, they can anticipate a stronger and faster reaction,” he declared.

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