Razavi says that “what is clear is that the Zionist regime cannot enter into a confrontation with Iran alone, and in this matter, they expect the full support of the Americans.”
Tehran (Qodsna) – The Zionist regime is currently facing several challenges namely Iran’s nuclear case, which is considered as a multiaspect challenge for Israel. At the foreign level, Israel is concerned about the process of talks with Iran, and has come to the conclusion that neither the United States nor European governments can achieve the Israeli-desired success in these negotiations, and it is Iran has the upper hand. Israel feels that Iran’s strategy will force the West to enter the process of easing sanctions.
Meanwhile, Israeli threats will not have much effect on the will of the West. In particular, Iran has explicitly stated that it will respond decisively, directly and continuously to any action against Iran.
Seyed Jafar Razavi, expert of West Asian affairs assessed the recent regional development in an exclusive interview with Qods News Agency, saying that “the Zionist regime has gone through a downward trend to take action against peaceful nuclear activities, they have always tried to involve the United States in the process of military conflict against Iran since a year ago.”
“In this regard, we saw some threats against Iran from Tel Aviv, which tried to pretend that they intended a military attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities,” he added.
Razavi stressed that “what is clear is that the Zionist regime cannot enter into a confrontation with Iran alone, and in this matter, they expect the full support of the Americans.”
Talking about recent developments between Iran and some Arab states, Razavi noted that “it seems that a change has taken place in the Arab countries and their focus has shifted towards Iran in the current situation. The visit to Iran led by the UAE’s number one security man is in line with their new approach. The UAE’s action to strengthen relations with Iran in the current situation is significant.”