In the wake of Israeli airstrikes against Iranian terrorist targets in Syria, Prime Minister Netanyahu has a message for the leaders in Tehran. The Times of Israel reports that PM Netanyahu called out Iran for its aggression and lies, and warned Iranian forces to leave Syria:
“So I advise them to get out of there quickly because we will continue our offensive policy as we promised and as we do without fear and without pause,” the premier said.
He added that the country was ready to fight and win a “multi-front war,” in apparent reference to concerns over twin tensions on the southern and northern borders.
Netanyahu also accused Iran of using its nascent space program as cover for ballistic missile development, as suspected by many in the West. Hours before Netanyahu’s remarks Iran said it had launched a satellite that had failed to reach orbit.
He alleged the “innocent satellite” was actually “the first stage of an intercontinental missile” Iran is developing in violation of international agreements...