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Home Top News Attacks on Israel backed by Iran, claims Wall Street report

Attacks on Israel backed by Iran, claims Wall Street report

However, US Secretary of State has clarified that there is no evidence of Iran's involvement.

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The American newspaper has claimed that Iran provided assistance to the Palestinian militant organization Hamas to plan and prepare attacks on Israel.

A report published in the Wall Street Journal claimed that Iran had provided support to Hamas for the preparation and planning of surprise attacks under Operation Storm Al-Aqsa.

However, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has clarified that there is no evidence of Iran’s involvement in the attacks on Israel.


According to Blinken, this attack by Hamas may be an attempt to disrupt Saudi Arabia’s growing relationship with Israel.

The US secretary of state has denied Iranian involvement, but the powerful Iranian-backed militant group Hezbollah says it fired guided rockets and artillery at three posts at Sheba Farms in “solidarity” with the Palestinian people.

On the other hand, America has also announced to send its war fleet to help Israel. The recent conflict between Israel and Hamas has seen a significant escalation, with Hamas launching a major attack on Israel, resulting in casualties on both sides.

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