Israeli media: "Israel" on alert in the north... Iran wants revenge
Israeli media say that the Israeli occupation forces decided to maintain a state of alert after the Iranian threat of revenge.
The military commentator on the Israeli Kan channel, Roi Sharon, confirmed that the Israeli army is very tense due to the series of threats to launch drones from Iran through its envoys to Yemen and Iraq, which is preventing them from having "a good night's sleep."
On his part, the military commentator on the Israeli Channel 12, Nir Dvory, indicated that “the attack in Erbil is not in retaliation for the killing of two IRGC officers in Syria," adding that "Israel" has been on a very high alert for a long time.
"The cup is full and the Iranians want revenge," he stressed.
For his part, former "Aman" chief Amos Yadlin told Israeli Channel 12 that "the Iranians did not target the Americans in Erbil, but rather Israel, and Iran's message to us is: 'There is no battle amid wars with Iran.'"
The Israeli Kan channel reported that "the Israeli army decided to maintain the state of alert that was raised in the north after the Iranian threat of revenge," adding that "'Israel" is preparing to confront the possible launching of missiles or drones by Iran.
Today, the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps of Iran announced that it had targeted a "strategic center for Zionist plots " in northern Iraq with missiles, using "powerful and accurate missiles."
On Saturday night, Al Mayadeen's correspondent in Baghdad reported that several missiles fell in the vicinity of the US Harir base near Erbil Airport, the capital of the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Today, on Sunday, reliable sources revealed to Al Mayadeen that four Israeli officers were killed in the intelligence headquarters strike in Erbil.