If Israel attacks Lebanon, Iran says it will respond with “obliterating war”

Iran has drawn a red line for all-out regional war in the Middle East should Israel launch a full-scale attack on Hezbollah in Lebanon.

Iran's ambassador to the United Nations (UN) issued a statement that any "full-scale military aggression" by Israel against Hezbollah will result in "an obliterating war" that will burn the entire region.

"All options, including the full involvement of all resistance fronts, are on the table," the statement posted to X further reads.

What Iran means by "resistance fronts" in this context are the various militia groups it supports in Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu acknowledged Iran's threat in commenting that a "seven-front war" could soon erupt in the Middle East as Iran activates its regional proxies.

For a number of years now, Israel has been sending jets to attack "Iranian assets" inside Damascus, Lebanon's capital, in order to weaken the Assad regime. Keep in mind that Russia also has a military presence in the northwest coastal region.

Down in the south, meanwhile, Israel continues to blast Hezbollah as the situation escalates. Word through the grapevine says the United States is also on the verge of getting involve as it sends amphibious military ships to the eastern Mediterranean.

Should signs appear of an imminent attack, Americans could have to be evacuated from the region.

"In the past few hours, warplanes attacked several Hezbollah targets, including a military site for the organisation in the Zabqin area, two operational infrastructure sites in the Khiam area, and a Hezbollah building in the al-Adissa [Odaisseh] area," reported Yedioth Ahronoth, an Israeli newspaper.

Hezbollah puts Israel on notice

In his own statement coordinated with that of Iran, Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah warned Israel to back off or else face a war with no limits. Should that happen, Israel would likely lose as its military forces (IDF) are stretched thinly right now with a heavy presence in the southern Gaza city of Rafah.

The general sentiment is that Hezbollah in Lebanon is a much different and much stronger force than Hamas in the Gaza Strip. In fact, any Iran-linked group in the Middle East will be a much tougher animal than Hamas, which means Israel's hands are about to be full.

Back during the 2006 Lebanon war, reports emerged to suggest that the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) of Iran, also known as the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, were presented on the ground in Lebanon to assist Hezbollah.

Simply put, the entire Middle East will put Israel in their crosshairs the moment Israel launches an attack on Hezbollah. Then, all bets are off.

"This isn't our fight," noted one online commenter about the situation in the Middle East and how it pertains to Americans. "This isn't the fight of the populace of western nations. It is the fight of the Zionist Occupied Governments of our nations. Not our problem."

"Israel went one kibbutz too far," wrote another. "The world has had enough of their nonsense ... because of that, America will suffer the most."

Others criticized Netanyahu for his war hawk behavior with one calling him "a maniacal moron" and another calling him a "psychopath."

"Is it just me or is Israel and its dual citizens causing chaos all over the world while playing the victim?" asked another. 

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