Iran Acting Out After America Tells Them “No Deal”


Iran might not be able to do too much about Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear accord. But there are a lot of ways it might hit back at the U.S. across the Middle East.

War Continuing?

Iran’s expanding influence on the neighboring countries could be a problem. The country supports Shiite militiamen that are spread all the way from Lebanon to Syria and Iraq. The first sign of aggression might be the rocket attack in the Golan Heights. Iran aimed the barrage at Israeli positions. Early Thursday, Israel released a wave of missile strikes as a response.

Potential War Zones


Iran built a network of militias during the civil war in Syria. Trainers, experts, commanders, and elite Revolutionary Guards are based all over the country. This might be a concern for Israel since this is the potential battlefield.

The main concern for Israel, however, is southern Syria, near the Golan Heights. Teheran boosted its presence here over the years and is a potential target for the rocket attacks.


The war that’s happening in Yemen is considered a battle between Iran and Saudi Arabia. This is yet another potential zone where Teheran could hurt its enemies.

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