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Hear out from our expert: Brief Q&A to Prof. Farid on the developments on the Iran-Israel recent first-time made attack

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Hear out from our expert: Brief Q&A to Prof. Farid on the developments on the Iran-Israel recent first-time made attack

Hear out from our expert: Brief Q&A to Prof. Farid on the developments on the Iran-Israel recent first-time made attack

Q) Will Israel strike Iran?
A) Yes it will. Lack of response would give the upper hand to the Islamic Republic in the war of propaganda and set a precedent for future attacks. Also, Tel Aviv may never get another chance to strike at the nuclear infrastructures in Iran.

Q) What would Israel hit?
A) Probably sites that have to do with Iran nuclear program and missile program.

Q) Why is the West so worried about Israeli response? In fact, more concerned about Israeli response than it was about the Iranian response before it took place.
A) The concern is twofold: Israeli response could trigger another uprising by the Iranians against the Islamic Republic leading to its demise; something the West does not seem very keen on at the moment. Secondly, faced with being toppled the Islamic Republic may deliberately escalate the conflict risking a regional or even a wider war.

Q) What would Russia and China do in the wake of a response from Israel?
A) Not much. Russia would see it as an opportunity to push ahead more vehemently with the war in Ukraine and also extend her influence in the Islamic Republic. Should Iran’s oil export to China be halted Moscow would step in to fill the void. As for China, it will probably stay aloof asking for restraint from all sides. Beijing’s main interest will be to maintain the cheap flow of energy.

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