Iran Warns Israel: Tomorrow May Be Too Late" - Escalating Tensions and Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza

Amidst the ongoing conflict in Gaza, Iran has issued a stern warning to Israel, emphasizing that tomorrow might be too late if it does not cease its actions in the region. This declaration was made by Iranian Foreign Minister, Hussein Amir Abdollahian, who conveyed the message through intermediaries supporting both nations.

In a statement to Al Jazeera, Abdollahian stated, "We have informed the Zionist entity through its backers that if its crimes in Gaza do not cease, tomorrow might be too late." He added, "We hope that political efforts will prevent the escalation of war. Otherwise, no one knows what may happen in the next hour."

Abdollahian emphasized that Iran cannot remain passive in this situation. During his meeting with Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah in Lebanon, he learned that all possible scenarios were being discussed.

He further warned, "If America and Israel do not change their policies, the scope of the war cannot be restrained," cautioning that an expanded conflict would result in severe losses for America as well. He stressed that the continuation of aggression and the absence of a political solution would only inflame the situation, potentially spiraling out of control.

Abdollahian issued a stark warning, stating, "If the Zionist entity decides to enter Gaza, the resistance leaders will turn it into a graveyard for occupation soldiers."

On Sunday, Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani received Abdollahian and his accompanying delegation. The meeting covered bilateral relations and avenues for their enhancement, along with exchanging views on key regional and international issues, particularly the evolving situation in Palestinian territories.

Attending the meeting was Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar.

As the conflict in Gaza enters its ninth day since the commencement of "Operation Al-Quds Sword," Israeli airstrikes continue to pound the territory. This occurs against the backdrop of anticipated large-scale ground assaults by Israel.

The Gaza Health Ministry reported an increase in the casualties of the Israeli aggression to over 2,329, including no less than 700 children and 400 women. More than 9,042 citizens have suffered various injuries, with over 2,000 children and 1,400 women among them. Additionally, there have been 55 casualties in the West Bank, with over 1,200 injured.

Israeli forces have intensified their strikes on Gaza, targeting civilian residences in various areas of the territory. This has resulted in hundreds of casualties, with the numbers continuously rising. It marks the largest Israeli massacre against the besieged residents of Gaza since 2014. The besieged territory grapples with a humanitarian catastrophe, characterized by shortages of food, water, and medicine, and overcrowded hospitals teeming with the wounded and injured.

The Israeli army ordered the immediate evacuation of hospitals in northern and central Gaza, along with their patients and the injured.

On Saturday evening, the Israeli army spokesperson announced the commencement of the second phase of the assault on Gaza, involving a wide-ranging set of coordinated operations by air, sea, and land.

In response to ongoing Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people, their properties, and sacred sites, Hamas and other Palestinian factions in Gaza launched "Operation Al-Quds Sword" on October 7th. Israel countered with "Operation Iron Swords," launching intensive airstrikes on various areas in Gaza.

These relentless airstrikes since Saturday have caused massive destruction in residential areas, substantial loss of life, and widespread displacement in the territory.

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