Rosensaft: Iran proved its goal is the destruction of Israel

NEWS 14.04.202416:38 0 komentara

“Iran has come out of the shadows and proven to the world what everyone has known for years — that its goal is the destruction of Israel and that it is nothing more than the alter ego of the murderous Hamas terrorist organization that perpetrated the October 7 carnage,” Menachem Z. Rosensaft said for N1, on Sunday. Pročitaj više

Menachem Z. Rosensaft is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School, and General Counsel Emeritus of the World Jewish Congress. In July 2023, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Tuzla for his “contribution to raising awareness of the genocide against Bosnians in Srebrenica and the Holocaust, through the fight against the denial of crimes and the falsification of historical facts, and for contributing to peacebuilding and the development of a culture of remembrance.”

He is the author of Poems Born in Bergen-Belsen (2021) and of the forthcoming (January 2025) collection, Burning Psalms, inspired by the biblical Book of Psalms.

In the night from Saturday to Sunday, the Islamic Republic of Iran carried out an air strike with over 300 drones, ballistic missiles and other long-range missiles in response to the attack on the Iranian consulate building that took place on April 1, in Syria. Israel was blamed for the attack and two Iranian generals were killed in the consulate.

Israeli forces and the US announced that they had intercepted 99 percent of the missiles and that minor material damage had been done to an air base in the south of Israel.

Iran's foreign minister, Hossein Amirabdollahian, said at a press conference that Iran informed neighbouring countries and the US about their plan to attack Israel 72 hours before the start of the military operation.

“Some 72 hours before the start of military operations, we informed our friends and neighbouring countries in the region that an Iranian response against Israel is imminent, legitimate and unavoidable,” Amirabdollahian said.

An Israeli official confirmed in a statement to CNN that Israel will respond to the Iranian attack, but that it has not yet been decided whether the attack will be of greater or lesser intensity.

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