Mahdavipour noted that Iran, as “the main headquarters of the Resistance Front, has unique assets and power cards.”
Israeli media reported that Mahdavipour’s remarks were an acknowledgment of Iran’s official responsibility for the recent power outages at most “Israeli” power plants.
And on Friday, October 30, a large-scale power outage was reported in “Israel”. The Israeli Electricity Company claimed that the cause was a technical defect and strongly denied the cyber attack.
In the context of cyber-attacks exchanged between the two sides, a former occupying army official told the Israeli website JNS that the Iranian attack on the water treatment plant in “Israel” was carried out last April, so that computers could add large amounts of chlorine to the water source. Gives a new stage in the “hidden war between Iran and Israel”.
As part of what it called the “Israeli deterrence equation,” Israel responded to the attack on desalination plants with a cyber attack on the “Shahid Rajaei” port in Bandar Abbas, Iran.