Israel allocates $1.5 billion for potential strike on Iran

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The Israeli regime has reportedly allocated a budget of some one-point-five billion dollars to prepare its military for potential attacks on Iran’s nuclear facilities. Israeli media say the budget is slated to be approved by the regime’s cabinet in November. The reports say the budget includes funds for various kinds of warplanes, spy drones, and arms needed for such attacks. Last week, Israel and its main backer, the United States renewed their military threats against the Islamic Republic over its nuclear activities. Iran maintains that its nuclear program is peaceful and subject to rigorous international inspections, while Israel allows no such checks and possesses hundreds of nuclear warheads. Tehran has also repeatedly warned Israel and its allies against any kind of military adventurism, saying such a move will receive a crushing response.

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