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Israel has a chance to de-escalate after Iran’s failed attack

15 April 2024

12:13 AM

15 April 2024

12:13 AM

Iran’s strike on Israel yesterday is, simultaneously, a moment for alarm and calm. Alarm because, by unleashing more than 300 drones, cruise and ballistic missiles in response to Israel’s attack on its Damascus consulate at the start of the month, Iran is basically saying: we can do this every time Israel or its allies cross a line.

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