General Ahmad Hajtalab, a senior representative of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps responsible for nuclear development issues, stated that Iran might reconsider its nuclear doctrine in response to potential Israeli strikes.

"The threats from the Zionist regime to attack our nuclear facilities could lead us to reassess our nuclear strategy and may prompt us to revisit previous decisions. We are aware of the locations of Israeli nuclear facilities, and we are prepared to act," stated the general.

According to international experts, Iran is on the verge of acquiring nuclear weapons and could become a nuclear power soon if the appropriate decision is made. However, only Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, can authorize such a move.

Additionally, according to the Iranian opposition website Iran International, General Hamid Vahedi, commander of the Iranian Air Force, announced preparations to deploy Su-24 bombers for potential attacks on Israel. These aircraft, adopted by the USSR Air Force in 1975, are part of Iran's fleet, which includes 30 such planes, some of which were interned from Iraq in 1991.