Israel feeling the pressure? Netanyahu threatens to attack Iran

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JERUSALEM, Occupied Palestine – Israel is beginning to feel the pressure with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu directly threatening Iran knowing that no Middle Eastern country bar Syria would intervene.

“My meetings with the Russian president are always important for the security of Israel and for the coordination between the IDF and the Russian military. Israel maintains full freedom of action to defend itself. All of our meetings are important, but this week’s meeting is especially important in light of Iran’s increasing efforts to establish a military presence in Syria against Israel,” the Israeli leader claimed.

“In recent months, the Iranian revolutionary guards transferred advanced weapons to Syria in order to attack us both on the battlefield and on the home front, including combat drones, ground-to-ground missiles and Iranian anti-aircraft systems to threaten Israel’s air force aircraft,” he continued to claim.

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“We are determined to block Iran’s aggression against us, even if this means a struggle – better now than later,” in making a direct threat to Iran.

“Nations that were unprepared to take timely actions to counter murderous aggression against them paid much heavier prices afterwards. We do not want escalation, but we are prepared for any scenario,” he said.


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