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Iran rules out new Israel war on Gaza

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasimi [File photo]
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasimi [File photo]

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasimi yesterday ruled out a new Israeli war on the besieged Gaza Strip due to the “developing capabilities of the resistance”, the Safa News Agency reported.

Qasimi said the resistance would not allow the Zionist entity to launch a new Israeli offensive in the region.

“Zionist entity has been working hard to weaken the Islamic states and the resistance in the region,” he said, noting that it “will not hesitate to launch a war against the resistance and the region if it is sure that it is guaranteed victory.”

He stressed that the “development of resistance, as well as the circumstances in the region” push Israel to avoid launching a new war.

“I don’t see a new Israeli offensive on Gaza due to the developing capabilities of the resistance,” he said, stressing that if this happened, the Israeli occupation would lose it.

Reports of such an event are a king of psychological war, he explained.

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