After missile strikes in Syria, Netanyahu warns Iran: ‘Don’t threaten Israel’

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells Likud lawmakers he has “one message to Iran: Don’t threaten Israel.”

His comments follow Iran’s Sunday launch of missiles at Islamic State positions in Syria.

“The IDF and our security forces are always following Iran’s activities in the region,” Netanyahu says at the weekly Likud faction meeting in the Knesset. “This activity includes attempts to establish themselves in Syria, and of course to transfer advanced weaponry to Hezbollah, as well as other activities.”

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