US USS Dwight Eisenhower moving toward Israel in the Red Sea..Report

Reports spread across social media platform that USS Dwight Eisenhower  moved towards the north of the Red Sea to intercept any simultaneous missile or drone attack by Ansarullah and Iran against Israel.

Images taken via radar showed USS Dwight Eisenhower moving towards the northern Red Sea, away from the coast of Yemen .


Media outlets quoted an American official as saying, “We are moving warships and military aircraft to the region in anticipation of a possible Iranian attack on Israel.”

The US expects a retaliatory attack by Iran against Israel will not be of a magnitude that would draw Washington directly into the conflict, Reuters reported, citing sources.

Israel carried out an airstrike on the consular annex of the Iranian Embassy in Damascus on April 1. The attack destroyed the building, killing seven members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, among them General Mohammad Reza Zahedi, the commander of the IRGC’s Quds Force in Syria and Lebanon, and his deputy Mohammad Hadi Hajizadeh. Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi vowed that Israel would pay a “heavy price” for the strike

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