Israel President Accuses Iran of Orchestrating October 7 Attacks to Disrupt India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor

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In an exclusive interview, Israel President Isaac Herzog has accused Iran of orchestrating the October 7 attacks by Hamas, aiming to derail the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC). According to Herzog, IMEC, announced during the G20 Summit, was a visionary step fostering regional development and facilitating Israel’s inclusion.


Herzog claimed that Iran, supporting a “terror machine” with billions of dollars, seeks to undermine the regional situation. He highlighted Hezbollah’s role, backed by Iran, in the north and expressed concerns about Iran’s influence in Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, Yemen, and Iraq.


The IMEC, a collaboration involving India, the US, UAE, Saudi Arabia, France, Germany, Italy, and the European Union, was envisioned to establish a corridor of energy, communications, business, and science from Israel to India and beyond.


The Israel President alleged that Iran aimed to derail Israel’s inclusion in the region and disrupt the peace vision outlined by President Biden. While not providing specific evidence of Tehran’s involvement in the October 7 attacks, Herzog mentioned a meeting of “terrorist leaders” in Beirut weeks before the incident.


The article concluded by noting that over 2000 Hamas terrorists breached Israeli borders on October 7, resulting in a counter-offensive by Israel. Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned the attack, expressing solidarity with Israel.

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