IDF chief warns Iran now the ‘most dangerous country’ in Middle East

IDF chief warns Iran now the ‘most dangerous country’ in Middle East

Tuesday, June 23, 2020 | Tag Cloud Tags: Hamas, Hezbollah, IDF, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Israel Defense Forces, Middle East, News, nuclear, Syria, War, Worthy News
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(Worthy News) – Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi on Sunday said Iran is now the most dangerous country in the Middle East, not just because of its nuclear program, but also through its conventional weapons and support for terror activities against Israel.

Kohavi warned that Iran’s influence reaches into the first of the three circles of threats against Israel, the first being small terror groups on Israel’s borders, like Hamas; the second being larger threats, like the Syrian army and Hezbollah; and the third being countries that do not share a border with Israel, like Iran and Iraq.

“Iran has become the most dangerous country in the Middle East,” Kohavi said at a ceremony to install a new head of the IDF Planning Directorate, held at the army headquarters in Tel Aviv. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]




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