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Israeli PM Netanyahu Warns Iran For Threatening Israel

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Israeli PM Netanyahu Warns Iran For Threatening Israel

Israeli PM Netanyahu Warns Iran For Threatening Israel

According to Reuters, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel’s air strikes on Syria on Monday had mainly targeted military positions set up by Iran.

Netanyahu warned that Iran would face consequences for threatening to destroy Israel.

In a speech, Netanyahu said, “We are operating both against Iran and against the Syrian forces that are abetting the Iranian aggression." He went on to say, "Whoever threatens to eliminate us, bears full responsibility.”

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