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Israel and Iran both have muted response to Isfahan attack

19/4/2024 19:12
        Israeli media cited foreign reports of an Israeli strike on Iran on Friday in the absence of official public comment, while Iranian television reports played down the attack - many not even mentioning the "Zionist entity", Iran's term for Israel.
        
        The strike in the central city of Isfahan appears to have caused no significant damage and the muted way the story was told in both nations pointed to a determination, at least for now, not to further escalate their conflict.
        
        In an interview with state TV, a resident of Isfahan described the explosions in the early hours of the morning as "nothing more than fire crackers".
        
        The Israeli military and foreign ministries declined comment and there were no immediate public statements from senior politicians apart from hardline security minister, Itamar Ben Gvir, who sent out the one word message "Feeble!" on social media platform X.
        
        Israeli media cited reports from the New York Times and the Washington Post, which quoted unnamed Israeli officials as confirming Israel was behind the attack, but did not report official confirmation of their own.
        



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