Israeli PM Netanyahu says Iranian strikes from Syria "crossed a red line"

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the Israel Defense Forces at the Armored Corps memorial at Latrun

Israeli PM Netanyahu says Iranian strikes from Syria "crossed a red line"

"I doubt very much this will lead to an all-out war between Iran and Israel", said Banuazizi, director of BC's Islamic Civilization and Societies program.

"The Zionist regime's repeated attacks on Syrian soil under self-proclaimed, baseless pretexts amount to a blatant violation of Syria's sovereignty and goes against all global conventions", the official said.

Anxious about a new full-fledged war in the region between Iran and Israel, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to call for an immediate halt to "all hostile acts" after Israel and Iranian forces traded missile strikes in Syria and at the Golan Heights border.

Another reason for the change is the fact that Iran is now isolated from the world in everything related to Syria, and the worldwide community's support for the Israeli airstrikes in the Arab country further stressed Iran's isolation. Four were shot-down by Israel's "iron dome" interception system.

At least 11 Iranians were among those killed in unprecedented Israeli strikes in Syria, a monitor said Saturday. Israel's Defense Minister warned: "We always have to be on guard".

As it had said it would, Iran finally retaliated on Wednesday. The Syrian military has "everything it needs", he said.

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Israeli combat aircraft hit Iranian military installations overnight, in response to a barrage of rockets on the Israeli-held Golan Heights.

"But it does have to worry about a permanent large Iranian military presence in Syria and the potential for it turning into another Lebanon, with 100,000 rockets poised to hit Israel", she said, adding, "So the Israelis have decided to make it clear to Iran that its presence in Syria must be limited".

"I have established a basic principle: Whoever strikes us, we are going to strike them", Netanyahu said.

Israel has repeatedly signaled alarm over Iran's presence in Syria, saying Iran is attempting to establish a permanent military presence in Syria to attack Israel as the civil war there winds down.

Israel says it has conducted dozens of operations in Syria to stop what it says are advanced arms deliveries to one of its main foes, Iran-backed Hezbollah.

Meanwhile, during a visit to Israel's Golan Heights Friday, Lieberman called on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to "throw the Iranians out" of his country. He spoke as thousands of Iranians marched in anti-Israel and anti-US protests nationwide.

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