World: United States Announces When They Will Strike Iran

The United States has recently announced that it is preparing to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities very soon. It was our colleagues from ABC who made the announcement in reference to a source from the Australian government. The media reports that Washington said it wants to hit Iran’s nuclear facilities next August. But these allegations were refuted by the country’s prime minister.

The media also added that Australian defense systems and British intelligence agencies could help identify targets in Iran. On Friday, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said there was no reason to believe that Donald Trump was bombarding Iran.

” Today, I saw the story about ABC citing high-ranking government sources. This is speculation, she [the chain, ed] quotes anonymous sources , “he said.


It is against the backdrop of tensions between Donald Trump and Hassan Rohani that these allegations about a possible US strike against Iran come into play. On July 23, Donald Trump warned IRAN via its Twitter page never to threaten the United States.

” Never again threaten the United States or you will suffer consequences such as little in history have known before. We are no longer a country that will endure your demented words of violence and death. Pay attention! He had written.

Earlier, the Iranian President had called on Donald Trump to “not play with the tail of the lion” stressing that Tehran ” was not making war on anyone” and “that a war with Iran would be the mother of all wars “.

It was last May that relations between the United States and IRAN deteriorated dramatically with the announcement of the US President’s withdrawal of the Iranian nuclear deal and decided to impose unilateral sanctions again. in Tehran. This decision was contested by Russia, China, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the EU.


Credit: Les Echos

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