War: Zimmit’s Analysis of Iran’s Attack on Israel

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According to Raz Zimmit, a research fellow at Israel’s Institute for National Security Studies, Iran’s decision to attack Israel was motivated by a number of factors.

In retaliation for Israel’s assault on Iran’s consulate building in Syria on April 1, the Islamic Republic reportedly launched more than 300 missiles and drones against the Jewish state on Saturday, according to the COZMATO.

Israeli forces attacked the compound, killing seven members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and other military advisers.

Zimmit claims that after Israel attacked Iran’s consulate, the heavily militarized Middle Eastern nation decided enough was enough.

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, made it plain throughout the final six months of the Gaza war that Iran did not want to be drawn into a wider battle, prompting Iran to respond.

the top official in Iran Since the US assassinated the Quds force Commander, Qassem Suleimani, in Iraq in 2020, the highest-ranking officer to be slain since then has been an Iranian commander who was killed in Syria.

“Enough was enough, according to the Iranians. Zimmit explained that Iran took a chance because it knew its deterrent would be weakened if it did nothing in response to Israel’s attack.

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