Iran Has a Range of Options to Retaliate Against Israel After Assassination

Revenge for the killing of the nuclear arms program chief Fakhrizadeh could be carried out on the Golan, along the Lebanon border, in the Mediterranean or in the Gulf – but Israeli officials doubt either side seeks an escalation

Yaniv Kubovich
Yaniv Kubovich
Yaniv Kubovich
Yaniv Kubovich

Against the backdrop of Iran's threats to avenge the assassination of the father of the country’s nuclear arms program, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, which took place on Friday and has been attributed to Israel, Israeli defense officials are attempting to convey a sense of business as usual.

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