War may open on ‘other fronts’ if Israel doesn’t stop bombing Gaza: Iran FM

Israel carries out a massacre bombing a densely populated neighborhood with missiles in Jabalia refugee camp, murdering dozens of innocent Palestinian civilians, including children and women. [Photo: X/ Quds News Network]

Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Hossein Amirabdollahian says that if Israel’s bombardment of Gaza continues, the war may open on “other fronts,” an apparent reference to the Lebanese group Hezbollah.

Amirabdollahian has arrived in Beirut where he was greeted by representatives of Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad along with Lebanese officials, Times of Israel reported.

“In light of the continued aggression, war crimes, and siege on Gaza, opening other fronts is a real possibility,” Amirabdollahian says, speaking to journalists on his arrival.

Early Thursday, Amirabdollahian had visited Iraq, where he made similar statements after a meeting with Prime Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani.

Hamas officials have denied that Iran was directly involved in planning the attack or green-lighted it, and to date no government worldwide has offered direct evidence that Iran orchestrated the attack.

Amidst the escalating violence between Israel and Palestine, the situation in the blockaded Gaza Strip has worsened significantly.

More than 1,400 Palestinians have tragically lost their lives in the Israeli air strikes and relentless artillery fire since the weekend. The gravity of the situation is underscored by mounting concerns of alleged Israeli intentions for ethnic cleansing, with the ongoing violence and its devastating impact heightening fears for the safety and security of the Palestinian population.

The increasing death toll and reports of extensive civilian casualties reflect the dire humanitarian crisis in the region, raising urgent calls for international intervention to bring an end to the conflict and ensure the protection of innocent lives.

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