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Iran Vows Revenge on Israel

Yesterday Stand for Israel reported on this weekend’s airstrike against Hezbollah and Iranian terrorists. Now Arutz Sheva reports that Iran – and its terrorist proxy, Hezbollah – have vowed retaliation and revenge against the Jewish state:

Thousands gathered Wednesday in Tehran at a funeral procession for a Revolutionary Guards general killed in an Israeli airstrike in Syria, after his commander warned the Jewish state it should “await destructive thunderbolts.”

General Mohammad Ali Allahdadi died alongside six terrorists from the Lebanese-based Iran-proxy terror group Hezbollah, in a strike Sunday near Quneitra on the Syrian-controlled side of the Golan Heights …

“The path of martyr Allahdadi is unstoppable and will be continued until the liberation of the Holy Quds (Jerusalem) and obliteration of the Zionist regime,” Guards commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said at a ceremony at the base, according to the official IRNA news agency.

The mourners chanted “Death to Israel” and burned two Israeli flags.

Allahdadi died alongside terrorist leader Jihad Mughniyeh, the son of former Hezbollah commander Imad Mughniyeh, along with Mohammed Issa, a terrorist responsible for the Lebanese terror group’s operations in Syria and Iraq …

On Tuesday, Jafari took aim at Israel, saying “the Zionists should await destructive thunderbolts.”

“They have in the past seen our wrath,” he said, adding that the Guards “will continue its support for Muslim fighters and combatants in the region.”

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