Direct Iranian Attack on Israel Unlikely, But Tehran Must Try to ‘Save Face’ by Retaliating: Analyst

The Israel Defense Forces are preparing for a possible attack by Iran after Tehran vowed revenge for the recent attack on its Damascus embassy that killed a senior leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. What would Iranian retaliation look like, and what could it mean for the United States? NTD spoke to David Wurmser, a Middle East affairs analyst at the Center for Security Policy, to find out more.

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