Glad talking to you max...Remember you from time you helped me with a question in English some 2-3 years ago... Before anything, I apologize if my English is abundant with errors... I hope it would be understandable.
1- As an Iranian who has grown up and lives inside Iran, I should mention that war is very unlikely (but not zero percent).Now that I'm talking, maybe the match between our men's volleyball team with Poland is a lot more interesting subject to people than war. Generally people don't take it serious. Housing maybe the issue that will be affected by the signs of war, but here, it has not decreased even a penny. It is rather another propaganda and enmity from the west against us. As always!
2- About what you said that Iran might be behind recent attacks. I think that it's a false flag from our enemies. Back to 2015, look who were against the nuclear deal between Iran and 5+1 called JCPOA. Israel and SA. While Abe (Japan's PM) is in Iran for peace talks, who might be angry from imminent reduction of tensions? Note that like every other nation, Iranians are human. After years of inhumane sanctions imposed by the US and problems that they face by these sanctions, there is not any nation in the world who wants to resolve this issue more than Iranians. (although not by any cost because resistance is woven into the fabric of the culture of this nation and they wont accept a humiliation).
3- Though unlikely, but let's hope the war, not to happen. Iran is not by any means comparable with Iraq or Afghanistan. If there would be a war, there won't be a winner. I don't compare our military with yours, but even one person, only one person got killed in the war would be A LOT in terms of humanity. Very roughly but it is not far away to imagine that if you kill 10000 Iranian, they kill minimum 1000 American soldier (if not more) in retaliation. You kill 100000 they kill 10000. You think there would be a winner?
4- I think you people of the US, can ask your government to step back into the 2015 nuclear deal. Urge them! Ask them! Don't let them to stir up and provoke your enthusiasm. How can you expect this country to stay unilaterally in the deal while the US has already withdraw from it?
(I may not to be able to follow and have other posts in this thread, but will read your views (If any) and hope that we people do not let our politicians to burn our lives in the wars of themselves. )