Israel Reassures Arab Neighbors: Response to Iran Won’t Endanger Them

An anti-missile system fires interception missiles at drones and missiles fired from Iran, as seen over Yerushalayim, early Sunday morning. (Jamal Awad/Flash90)

A report by Kan News on Tuesday said that Israel has communicated to neighboring Arab countries, including Jordan, Egypt, and the Gulf states, that its forthcoming response to Iran’s aggression will not put them at risk. This communication aims to alleviate concerns among these countries that fear repercussions from Tehran if Israel were to retaliate against Iran’s recent attacks.

Israel has assured its allies that any response will be conducted in a manner that prevents Iran from implicating them. This assurance follows warnings from Iranian commanders that Israel and its allies could face a more significant attack if Israel retaliates against the recent barrage of drones and missiles launched by Iran.

Of particular concern is the warning directed at Jordan, conveyed through Iran’s official media, indicating that Jordan could become a target if it collaborates with Israel in any confrontation with Iran.

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