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Iranians dread and pride after Israel strike [CHRONICLE].

By ki0nk Apr15,2024

Iranian people in Tehran have expressed pleasure and joy over the first attack launched by Iran against Israel. However, there are also individuals who are afraid of an irreversible escalation of war between Iran and Israel, which could polarize tensions in the region.

Over the course of this past Sunday, the Iranian people experienced a range of emotions, ranging from dread to pride, over the ramifications of their nation’s attack against Israel. As a result of the strike with drones and missiles that was launched yesterday, which attacked two military sites that were utilized to launch a bombing against the Iranian consulate in Damascus on April 1st, the Iranians have shown a great deal of confidence in the military capabilities of their National Army.

Seven members of the Guardians of the Revolution were killed in the strike, two of whom were generals of the Quds Force, which is the Islamic Republic’s foreign operations arm. Israel was accused of carrying out the attack, as is common knowledge.

In spite of this, Milad, a professor who chose not to reveal his surname to the AFP agency, expresses his desire that “the conflict does not continue” because, in his opinion, an extension of it would lead to “a destructive war” for both Israel and Iran.

As the man, who is 46 years old, adds, “We have not yet completely rebuilt the ruins of the Iran-Iraq war [1980-1988] in the southwest of the country,” he says. Adding, “War is no joke,” he says.

The Iranian authorities, including the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, had frequently vowed to respond to the bombing of their embassy in the capital of Syria. It is important to note that this warning was made.

Jafari, an employee of the court system who also did not wish to reveal his last name for the sake of this story, believes that it is “normal” to be concerned about the current situation, “especially from an economic point of view,” and he cites the fear of a depreciation of the Iranian rial as the reason for his concern.

“We feel better”

It was not long after the Revolutionary Guard made the announcement that they would begin their operation against Israel known as “Honest Promise” that hundreds of people gathered at Palestine Square in Tehran, which is the central district of the capital city.

Residents of the country cheered the bombings by yelling “death to Israel” and “death to the United States,” two phrases that have been commonly used in the country ever since the Islamic Revolution of 1979.

Protesters brandished flags of Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, which is supported by Iran. They also displayed photographs of General Qassem Soleimani, the founder of Iranian military activities in the Middle East. General Soleimani was killed in a bombing attack carried out by the United States in Iraq in January of 2020.

Since the beginning of the conflict between Israel and the Islamist Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip in October of last year, it is common knowledge that a number of leadership figures in the Iranian military have been murdered in Syria.

The incident that took place on April 1 and resulted in the destruction of the Iranian consulate in Syria resulted in the deaths of a number of individuals, including Mohammad Reza Zahedi and Mohammad Hadi Haji Rahimi, two leaders of the Quds Force who were highly respectable by the people of their country.

Ali Erfanian, a retired public worker who is 65 years old, expressed his happiness by saying, “We feel extremely happy about this action by the Guardians and, in fact, we feel better today.”

“We have thus helped the oppressed population of Gaza and the occupied West Bank, after six months of war in the narrow and besieged Palestinian territory,” he stated in addition.

“We always hoped for this revenge and for the Israelis to be punished for their brutality,” said Mahdi, a beekeeper who is 35 years old. “There was sadness and anger in our hearts,” Mahdi said.



By ki0nk

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