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Biden predicts imminent attack from Iran on Israel

In a recent address from the White House, US President Joe Biden warned of a potential Iranian attack on Israel in the near future, fueling concerns of a broader regional conflict. The President reaffirmed the US’s commitment to defending Israel and preventing Iran from succeeding in their threats.

President Biden’s remarks came in response to heightened tensions following Israel’s attack on an Iranian diplomatic compound in Syria, which resulted in the death of three Iranian generals. The White House has acknowledged a credible threat of Iranian retaliation and is actively preparing to intercept any potential attacks targeting Israel.

The US and its allies, including Britain and France, have issued travel warnings for government employees in Israel as a precautionary measure. The Pentagon is also mobilizing additional assets to the Middle East to enhance regional deterrence efforts and ensure the protection of US forces stationed in the region.

US intelligence reports suggest that Iran may orchestrate a large-scale attack on Israel using drones and missiles, with the possibility of proxy militia groups carrying out the assault. President Biden has been closely monitoring the situation and engaging with Israeli officials to coordinate defense strategies and de-escalate tensions.

In response to the threat of escalation, the US State Department has restricted the travel of government personnel in Israel to safeguard against potential risks. France has also advised its citizens to avoid travel to Iran, Lebanon, Israel, and the occupied Palestinian territories due to the escalating military tensions in the region.

As the situation continues to evolve, global diplomatic efforts are underway to prevent further escalation and mitigate the risk of a full-scale conflict. The Biden administration remains vigilant and is actively engaging with international partners to address the growing threat posed by Iranian aggression towards Israel.

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