Scenarios of a crushing response

Scenarios of a crushing response

The first reason is the person who is the target of this attack. Sardar Mohammad Reza Zahedi, who was the commander of IRGC Quds Force in Lebanon and Syria, is the highest-ranking official who lost his life in this attack. His deputy and five other Quds Corps members also lost their lives in this attack.
The second reason is the location of this attack. This airstrike targeted a building of consular affairs in the vicinity of the Iranian embassy in Damascus and caused the complete destruction of the building and damage to the Iranian diplomatic complex. Therefore, attacking a diplomatic place or even an unofficial building in the vicinity of the embassy is considered a significant tension-causing action.
Dalia Dasa Kaye, an expert on Middle East affairs at the University of California’s Barclay Center for International Relations, said: “Diplomatic facilities are considered protected national and sovereign places. Attacking a diplomatic place is like attacking a country’s soil… This is a potentially game-changing factor.” He further added: “There is no doubt that the Iranian side will show a strong reaction to this attack…, but what form this reaction will take is not clear at the moment.”
Even Iraqi Foreign Minister Fawad Hussein said during his visit to Washington last week: “The region is under fire and everything is related to what is happening in Gaza… The situation is very dangerous.”
Based on the pattern of Iran’s previous behavior, the list of options that could constitute Iran’s countermeasures, such as a direct missile attack on Israel or more indirect measures such as Iran’s attack on places belonging to the intelligence services of the Zionist regime in Iraq or larger and more frequent attacks on this regime by the resistance front is in the region.
This American publication continues its analysis: Another perspective is that Iran will give its proxy militia groups in Syria and Iraq the green light to attack US military and military targets in those countries. Such attacks stopped in early February after a series of US airstrikes against Iranian-backed militia groups.
These attacks may resume. This American media has continued: The worst possible scenario is that Iran’s retaliatory action turns into a full-scale war between Israel and Hizb… Foreign Policy further wrote: “Hizb… is the most important non-state actor for Iranians and is considered the ultimate deterrent to Tehran, so there is an extremely high risk of increasing tension in that region.”
In this context, Saada Zarei, an analyst of political issues about the objectives behind the Zionist regime’s air attack on the building adjacent to the Islamic Republic of Iran’s consulate in Syria, said: The Zionist regime thinks that by attacking Iran’s positions in Syria, it can achieve something against our country and the front. to gain resistance, he took such an action; Of course, their main focus is to force our country to leave Syria after attacking Iran’s positions in Syria. Netanyahu and the Zionist army are trying to replace the declared goals with the undeclared goals by creating an incident outside of Gaza. He added: With this overall goal, the Zionist regime has targeted forces, advisers and officials organizing relations between Iran and Syria in the past few months and has focused on this axis, so that we can get out of Syria. This analyst of political issues said: The Zionist regime does not seek to open Iran’s feet to a direct war, because the Zionists know very well that getting involved with our country means speeding up the end of the existence of the Zionist regime. Because they know that they cannot survive the resistance attacks in Gaza and the number of their dead is increasing every day, they have committed crimes and they know that they cannot get involved with Iran.


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