War cabinet reportedly weighs various ‘painful’ retaliatory options for Iran attack that wouldn’t spark regional war

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convenes a meeting of the war cabinet in Tel Aviv, early morning on April 14, 2024. (Courtesy)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convenes a meeting of the war cabinet in Tel Aviv, early morning on April 14, 2024. (Courtesy)

The war cabinet has wrapped up its meeting scheduled to discuss Israel’s response to Iran’s attack.

Channel 12 reports that several options were discussed, with each of them being a “painful” retaliatory response against Iran but one that doesn’t spark a regional war.

The war cabinet also is aiming to choose a reaction to Saturday night’s Iranian missile and drone attack that won’t be blocked by the US, the network says.

Most Popular