Middle East: Iran, Hezbollah and the Houthis attack Israel simultaneously

Iran, Hezbollah, and the Houthis attack Israel simultaneously, and not just this time… via proxies from Tehran, setting the Middle East ablaze.

In particular, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ali Khamenei, announced this evening that Israel will be “punished” again this evening, distributed by his services through X (formerly Twitter).

Tehran launched dozens of drones and cruise missiles against Israel.

“The crooked regime will be punished,” Ali Khamenei said in a one-and-a-half-minute video of his speech on Wednesday.

In addition, Iran's defense minister said any country that opens its airspace or territory to Israeli attacks against Iran “will receive a strong response from Tehran,” Iran's Mehr news agency reported.

For their part, the Revolutionary Guards, the elite body of Iran's armed forces, announced the launch of dozens of drones and missiles targeting specific points in Israel, Iran's state media reported.

Iran's Revolutionary Guards have carried out large-scale drone strikes against targets in Israel, Iran's English-language Press TV network reported, citing Iranian sources.

“True Promise”

At the same time, the Revolutionary Guards announced a “major” operation using drones and missiles, which they called a “real promise” and was part of Israel's punishment for “many crimes.” Formerly Iranian State Television.

The Israeli military announced that air defense sirens had been activated in northern Israel, bordering Lebanon.

“Sirens sounded in Kibbutz Snir in northern Israel,” the Israeli military said in a statement, while Iran carried out drone and missile strikes on the country.

Also, the pro-Lebanese Iranian organization Hezbollah announced that it had fired missiles into the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

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Lebanon has announced the closure of its airspace and grounding of air traffic amid Iran's drone and missile attacks on Israel.

“Lebanon airspace is closed to all flights […] As a temporary measure for precautionary reasons,” Minister of Public Works and Transport Ali Hamiya clarified in a post on the X site (formerly Twitter) that the measure will be in effect from 01:00 am to 07:00 am on Sunday.

Iran: Neighbors that open their airspace to Israel will be targeted

Reports also indicate that Iran's official and unofficial forces are launching attacks against Israel using the territories of Iraq, Syria and Yemen as launch pads. US forces have begun intercepting drones in the skies over Iraq and Syria, while British warplanes have taken off from bases in Cyprus, Arabia has indicated.

Israel has begun intercepting Iranian drones over Syria and Jordan, Channel 12 reported, without citing sources. It can do so because of the aerial umbrella established by the United States in cooperation with regional allies.

Iran's defense minister issued a statement warning that any neighboring countries that open their airspace to Israel to intercept drones will be targeted.

Finally, Ambre, a risk assessment and marine insurance company, reported that the Yemeni Houthis have reportedly launched drones against Israel.

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