WW3 fears rise as Middle East on ‘knife-edge’ with one country plotting ultimate revenge

webnexttech | WW3 fears rise as Middle East on 'knife-edge' with one country plotting ultimate revenge

Tensions in the Middle East have reached a boiling point following a strike in Damascus that obliterated Iran’s consulate and claimed the lives of eight people, including two Iranian generals. The incident, widely attributed to Israel, has ignited fears of an impending conflict, with Iran and its proxies vowing retaliation. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei minced no words, claiming: “We will make them regretful about the crime and similar acts.” This sentiment was echoed by President Ebrahim Rais, who condemned the attack as a “cowardly crime” orchestrated by Israel. The strike, labelled an “assassination attempt” by Iranian state television, has thrust the region into uncertainty, with analysts warning of the potential for a full-scale war. Security analyst Charles Lister underscored the gravity of the situation, comparing the impact to the assassination of Qasem Soleimani in 2020 and predicting a “guaranteed” response from Tehran.

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