A cross border exchange of fire has been reported in the already tense region.
Several passengers were injured as the Iranian pilots maneuvered aggressively to avoid what the US military described as a routine inflight inspection.
Russia is reportedly “taking the legs out from under Iran and Hezbollah” as a rocket that fell inside Syria spreads shrapnel into Israel.
While admitting to being targeted by foreign cyberattacks, the Iranian government claims the attacks were unsuccessful, having nothing to do with the almost non-stop wave of explosions and fires that hit military, nuclear, and infrastructure sites in recent weeks.
“The way we see it, anything short of a viable two-state solution is going to push not just Jordan, not just Palestine, not just Israel, but the region and the world into chaos,” said Omar Razzaz.
Tehran also said that it executed a Defense Ministry official because he “sold information to the CIA.”
Al-Azhar University professor Saad el-Din Helaly: “Hagia Sophia should remain a museum”; “Theft is the nature of the Muslim Brotherhood and political Islam.”
In a statement, the president underscored that Cairo “will not spare any effort” in supporting Libya and helping its people overcome the crisis.
Next Stage of Cyber-War: 7 Iranian Ships Catch Fire in Port, 2 Attacks Targeting Israel Water System Thwarted
A cyber attack targeting Israel’s, the second in recent months, was followed by explosions at an Iranian port, also the second time in recent months.
Iranian military sites are spontaneously exploding at an alarming rate and the Iranian government seems helpless to prevent it.