Published: Wed, April 25, 2018
Global | By Marsha Munoz

The Shadow War Between Israel and Iran Takes Center Stage

The Shadow War Between Israel and Iran Takes Center Stage

A set of satellite images released Sunday revealed new details about a strike on an Iranian military base in Syria earlier this month, that is widely believed to have been carried out by Israeli forces despite its refusal to comment on involvement in the strike.

A photo released by Iranian media reportedly shows the T-4 air base in central Syria after a missile barrage attributed to Israel on April 9, 2018. The Israelis worry that Iran's garrison will remain, linking with Hezbollah to form a broad Syrian-Lebanese front against them. Gadi Eizenkot and the General Staff Forum to celebrate Israel's 70th Independence Day, during which he responded to the remarks of the Iranian Foreign Minister who accused Israel of violating global law.

Merkel told Israel TV's Channel 10 that she can understand the "great worries in Israel, concerning what is emanating from Iran".

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To join the forum, he said, countries should agree on a number of principles: the inviolability of borders, respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, and non-intervention in each other's internal affairs.

Iran says it is ready to relaunch its nuclear program - which the West suspects is created to produce a bomb - if Trump kills the deal. The drone, which the IDF found had been weaponized, was on an offensive mission.

The latest escalation in rhetoric follows the statement by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday that Iran's atomic agency was ready with "expected and unexpected" reactions if Washington ditches the 2015 nuclear deal, as US President Donald Trump has threatened to do.

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"The leaders of arrogance (the U.S. and the West) are propping it up so that it continues".

The 2015 deal with Iran, which was negotiated by several world powers, including Germany and the United States, calls on Tehran to curb its nuclear program in exchange for an easing of sanctions imposed amid fears that the Islamic Republic was seeking to develop a nuclear arsenal.

"I think this situation causes some headaches because the two-state solution is not becoming more likely through a policy of settlement building", she said.

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