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The Iranian president again warns Israel against a counterattack

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has again warned Israel against mounting a military counterattack after Iran’s recent airstrike on Israel.

During a telephone conversation with Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Raisi warned that “the slightest action” by Israel against Iran’s national interests “will have extensive and painful consequences.” Details of the call were published on the web portal of the Iranian presidential office.

Iran has recently warned Israel several times about a military response to its massive attack, which saw hundreds of drones and missiles fired at Israel on Saturday night.

The Iranian response to any further Israeli action would be “at least ten times more drastic” than the first attack, the country’s Security Council said in a press release.

So far, Iran has opted for the least severe form of punishment for Israel, the Council said in its press statement. Israel’s military leadership has said that Israel has no intention of letting Saturday’s massive Iranian attack go unanswered.

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