Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned Iran and Syria that Israel will not tolerate “acts of aggression”, referring to Iran’s firing of a missile at the Golan Heights Sunday, nor will Israel accept Iran’s continued presence on Syrian soil.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of Ramon Airport in southern Israel Monday, Prime Minister Netanyahu discussed Israel’s retaliatory attacks on Syrian and Iranian forces in Syria overnight, following an Iranian missile attack on northern Israel Sunday.
“Last night the air force strongly attacked Iranian targets in Syria after Iran launched a missile from there at our territory,” Netanyahu said.
“We are acting against Iran and against the Syrian forces that abet the Iranian aggression. Whoever tries to hurt us – we hurt them. Whoever threatens to destroy us will bear the full responsibility.”
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