The wording of the article Israeli Army Radio said on Monday that Tel Aviv agreed to Washington’s request to defer ground entry into the Gaza Strip until fresh US forces arrive in the area, as the Israeli aggression on the Strip enters its third week.
The radio added that the United States has told Israel that it intends to shoot fresh American colors to the Middle East in medication for the ground exercise, stewing an increase in Iranian attacks against its forces in the region.
The New York Times quoted informed sources as saying that US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin carried to Israel Washington’s advice to defer its ground operation in the Strip.
Israel’s Army Radio said Washington’s transferring military mounts to the Middle East was in Israel’s interest, as it would help to concertedly deal with attacks in colorful arenas that could increase in the coming stages of the war.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday that his country anticipated the war between Israel and Hamas to escalate through the involvement of what he described as Iran’s delegates in the region.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah is one of Iran’s most prominent’ delegates’, and has been exchanging fire with Israel across the Lebanese border since the alternate day of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, launched by the Palestinian resistance on October 7.
Attacks on US spots in Iraq and Syria have continued since the morning of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, which came after the military operation of the resistance, and Iraqi fortified groups have hovered to target US interests in Baghdad if Washington continues to support Israel in its war on Gaza.