Leaders abroad are pleading with Israel to proceed cautiously with its response to Iran. You ought to know about this.


NEWSLINE PAPER,- Over the weekend, Iran launched surprise attacks on Israel, while the foreign ministers of Germany and Britain paid visits to promote moderation.
Separate meetings with British Foreign Secretary David Cameron and German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock were held on Wednesday by Israeli President Isaac Herzog and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The incident happened when a Hezbollah attack in northern Lebanon left eighteen people injured, according to a local hospital. Hezbollah said on Wednesday that its rockets and drones had hit the military headquarters in northern Israel in retaliation for the deaths of its militants on Tuesday.

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Pressure from abroad Cameron of the UK intensified international pressure on Israel to defuse a worsening of relations with Iran. In order to show a "unified stance," he also urged the G7, the seven largest countries in the world, to collaborate in putting sanctions on Iran.

On Wednesday, Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi issued a warning, saying that Israel will face severe and brutal punishment for any strike, no matter how minor.
According to a Wednesday statement by the Gaza health ministry, Israeli activities during the previous day had left 56 people dead and 89 injured in the strip.

 Since October 7, the government claimed, 33,899 people have died and 76,664 have sustained injuries. CNN is unable to verify the figures, and the ministry provides no comprehensive breakdown of the deaths, including those of civilians and combatants.

Emphasizing that Israel has already successfully responded against Iran, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert counseled the administration against stepping up military action in reaction to the country's weekend strikes.
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