After an Iranian weapons site was bombed, Russia threatened Israel and the US
On Monday, when US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in occupied al-Quds, Russia appeared to deliver a veiled threat against the ‘Israeli’ state and the United States when it criticized an attack on an Iranian weapons depot.
Brigadier General Patrick Ryder, the Pentagon’s press secretary, has stated that no members of the United States armed services were responsible for the explosion that occurred in Isfahan this past weekend. As is typical of the Tel Aviv regime, it has neither denied nor confirmed any role in the incident.
The incident, however, was blamed on a Zionist organization by both the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Many believe the facility was involved in either Iran’s nuclear program or the manufacturing of missiles or drones that may have been sent to Moscow for its military action in Ukraine.
Director of the CIA William Burns was visiting the ‘Israeli’ occupied territory at the time of the incident.
According to a statement sent by the Russian Foreign Ministry to the TASS news agency on Monday, the ministry said,
“We strongly condemn any provocative efforts that have the potential to incite an uncontrolled escalation of tensions in a region that is far from being peaceful as it is.”
Dangerous measures like these “may have unforeseeable ramifications for peace and stability in the Middle East,” it warned. The planners of the audacious raid, their financiers, and those who are gloating over the matter in the hopeless belief that Iran can be weakened must realize this.
As a result of the vagueness of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s statement, many observers have drawn the conclusion that Israel was the “organizers” it referred to and that the “backers” it mentioned were the United States under the Biden administration.
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