The shadow war between Israel and Iran extends to Turkey

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Information board at a military post in the Golan Heights. / AFP

With the death of two responsible for the aerospace program, there are already six Iranians killed in strange circumstances in less than a month, all of them linked to the military wing of the regime

The shadow war between Iran and Israel is increasingly visible and escalates one more step with the deaths in strange circumstances this weekend of two responsible for the aerospace program of the Islamic republic. Two more cases for a long list that had its key moment on May 22 with the shooting death in the heart of Tehran of Revolutionary Guard Colonel Hassan Khodaei. The Persian regime points to the Mossad, cries out for revenge and, according to the media of the Jewish State, the Israeli and Turkish intelligence services have managed to abort an operation to kidnap Israeli tourists in Istanbul.

This situation led the Foreign Minister of Jerusalem, Yair Lapid, to raise the security alert to the maximum and ask his citizens to “cancel” any type of non-essential trip to Turkey because “the danger is real.” From the Iranian government they assured that any response to Israel will take place within the Jewish state and not in a third country.

There are already six Iranians killed in strange circumstances in less than a month, all of them linked to the military wing of the regime. The last two were identified as Ali Kamani, a member of the aerospace division of the Revolutionary Guard who died in an alleged traffic accident; and Mohammad Abdous, an official from the Ministry of Defense also linked to the aerospace program who died “in the line of duty”, according to the Fars agency. The media referred to both as “martyrs”, a term used when Tehran thinks they have been assassinated.

Attacks in Syria

To these deaths must be added the increase in Israel’s attacks in Syria, where on Friday it bombed the Damascus airport and left its runways out of service. From Jerusalem they neither confirm nor deny these operations, but accuse Iran of transporting weapons to Damascus to reinforce the Lebanese Shiite Hezbollah militia.

Russia, an ally of Bashar al-Assad, denounced that these attacks “violate the basic norms of international law.” It would be very difficult for Israel to carry out these operations without the approval of Moscow. The price that the Israelis pay in exchange is to stay out of the international boycott of Russia for the war in Ukraine and not to sell weapons to the government of Volodymyr Zelensky.

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