Netanyahu Warns Iran Not to Attack Israel


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Iran not to attack Israel, just hours after Iran attacked US bases in Iraq with ballistic missiles.

“We’re standing steadfast against those who seek our lives,” Netanyahu said, according to the Times of Israel.

“We’re standing with determination and with force. Whoever tries to attack us will receive a crushing blow in return,” he pledged.

Netanyahu also praised the assassination of Iranian terrorist chief Qassem Soleimani, saying that he “was responsible for the death of countless innocent people. He destabilized many countries. For decades, he sowed fear and misery and anguish. And he was planning much worse.”

“President Trump should be congratulated for acting swiftly, boldly and resolutely against this terrorist-in-chief, who was the architect and driver of Iran’s campaign of terror throughout the Middle East and throughout the world,” the prime minister asserted.

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