Spare parts were brought to warehouses days before extensive strikes attributed to Israel, Iranian Revolutionary Guards source tells Kuwaiti newspaper
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Besides an apparent renewed effort to disrupt Iran’s attempt to move arms and militias through Iraq and Syria, there’s the message that Israel will continue to strike regardless of the new president’s Iran policy
The paper, Israel Hayom, did not cite any sources. But it went on to quote Defence Minister Benny Gantz as saying: 'Israel needs to have a military option on the table'
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Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz adds that Israel is on alert Sunday, the one-year anniversary of the assassination of Tehran's top general, Qassem Soleimani
The drill, which Israeli media says was funded by Iran, aims to test Gaza factions' preparedness for any future confrontation with Israel
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According to the defense minister's office, he and the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff affirmed that Israel and the United States will 'continue cooperating to face any scenario in the Iranian arena'
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