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Bombings were recorded in Iran: tension grows in the Middle East

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Bombings were recorded in Iran: tension grows in the Middle East

Explosions rocked central Iran on Friday, raising speculation about an alleged Israeli attack in retaliation for Tehran’s recent hostile acts against Israel. The situation becomes even more complex against the background of tensions between both nations and the conflict in Gaza.

According to American media reports, including CNN, senior officials confirmed that Israel carried out an attack against Iranian territory and had previously notified Washington of its actions. This attack would be a direct response to the Iranian aggression against Israeli territory that occurred last weekend.

“The defense was activated in response to an object that is likely a drone,” sources told the FARS news agency.

The explosions, according to reports from the Iranian Fars news agency, took place near the Shekari military base, the Isfahan airport and the city of Qahjavarestan, in the center of the country. Despite the attacks, Iranian authorities have stated that nuclear facilities were not damaged, a claim supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The international reaction to these events has been immediate. Canadian Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly confirmed that the issue would be addressed at the G7 meeting, reflecting global concern over the increase in tension in the Middle East.

Oman, historically a mediator between Iran and Western powers, condemned the Israeli attack, highlighting Israel’s “repeated military aggressions in the region.” This positioning reflects the sensitivity of the situation and the call for calm by the international community.

Israeli Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir has been the subject of controversy after his alleged involvement in the attack. The accusations arose after Ben Gvir posted a cryptic message on social media, suggesting Israeli involvement in the explosions.

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