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Iran’s nuclear facilities could be targeted by Israel

  • Rafael Grossi has voiced worries over the prospect of an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear sites.
  • Tomorrow is anticipated to see the IAEA pick up inspection duties again.
  • Israel’s military is constantly destroying civilian facilities and is still placing “illegal” limitations on humanitarian aid going to Gaza.

Rafael Grossi, the head of Israel’s armed forces, has voiced worries over the prospect of an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear sites. Iran’s nuclear facilities were closed on Sunday due to security concerns, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), but they reopened on Monday.

Tomorrow is anticipated to see the IAEA pick up inspection duties again. When questioned about the likelihood of an Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear installations, Grossi advocated for “extreme restraint”.

Israel’s Military

EasyJet is to restore service to the Israeli city on October 27 after suspending its flights to Tel Aviv for the duration of the summer. Airlines like as Lufthansa, KLM, United, Air India, Austrian Airlines, and Emirates Airlines have also canceled or redirected flights in the area. According to the UN Human Rights Office, Israel’s military is constantly destroying civilian facilities and is still placing “illegal” limitations on humanitarian aid going to Gaza.

There is disagreement about how much aid is getting into Gaza; while Israel and the US claim that aid has increased recently, UN organizations claim that it is still significantly less than what is needed to cover basic requirements.

Ben Wallace, the former secretary of defense, has advised the administration to seek Israeli assistance for Ukraine by defending Israel. “Absent” from the list of nations providing Ukraine with arms and other supplies, he claimed, was Israel.

Benjamin Netanyahu will likely hear Rishi Sunak’s call for moderation later today. Speaking in a Commons statement, Sunak said he would “discuss how we can prevent further escalation” and “express our solidarity with Israel in the face of this attack”. Also scheduled to visit Israel shortly is Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron, who will advise the country’s leadership to be “tough but smart.”

According to a former MI6 chief, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps does not need to be designated as a terrorist group. Calls for a UK ban on the IRGC, according to Sir John Sawers, are “a rhetorical position.”

He stated that anti-terror laws are intended to be used against groups, not states. Following an alleged Israeli attack on an Iranian embassy in Syria, Iran fired over 300 missiles and drones against Israel, prompting Israel to demand that the IRGC be designated as a terrorist organization.

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