Reason of Netanyahu want Donald Trump to Scuttle the Iran nuclear deal

Reason of Netanyahu want Donald Trump to Scuttle the Iran nuclear deal

On Thursday, in response to the Golan Heights attack, Israel said its fighter jets had struck nearly all of Iran's military infrastructure inside Syria - some 70 targets - in its biggest assault since Syria's civil war started in 2011.

The UN's Guterres "followed, with utmost concern, reports overnight of missile launches from Syria targeting Israeli positions and retaliatory strikes by the Israel Defense Forces", said UN spokesman Stéphane Dujarric, in a statement issued on Thursday.

Analysts say Israel feels it has a green light from Washington to move more aggressively against Iran's presence in Syria, particularly after Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear deal. These airstrikes had little to do with the Syrian war - they targeted Hezbollah convoys and depots of Iranian-supplied weapons that Israeli intelligence believe were destined for the Shia movement's arsenal in Lebanon. Speaking at the Herzliya Conference, an annual security gathering north of Tel Aviv, Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel would response fiercely to any further Iranian actions.

Its foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said "all issues should be solved through dialogue" and that Russian Federation had warned Israel to avoid "all actions that could be seen as provocative".

Last month, an attack on Syria's T4 air base in Homs province killed seven Iranian military personnel.

Le Drian said that the 2015 agreement on Iran's nuclear activities remained in force despite the United States pulling out on Tuesday.

However, the defence committee of Iran's parliament said Iranian forces had nothing to do with the attacks on Israeli positions. Iran's leaders have called for Israel's elimination ever since the Iranian revolution in 1979, when religious hardliners came to power.

He warned that Israel will act forcibly to any response to its attacks.


Israel "responded accordingly" to rockets fired by Iranian forces, said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying Iran had "crossed a red line", in an escalation that has prompted fears that a wider conflict could break out in the region.

In the first comments by Iran since Thursday's wave of strikes, the Foreign Ministry condemned the "blatant violation of Syria's sovereignty", Press TV reported.

Israel, which has vowed to prevent any entrenched Iranian military presence in southern Syria, is suspected of carrying out several rounds of strikes against Tehran-backed forces.

And so 5 years on the Syrian civil war continues to rage as all sides pursue their End Time agendas, in respect of which the one glimmer of hope we had was the imperfect Iran nuclear deal that Trump has now shredded who perhaps in his megalomania see's himself as a Messiah of sorts.

Germany, France and Britain want talks to be held in a broader format on Iran's ballistic missile program and its regional activities - including in Syria and Yemen. The Syrian army, by contrast, said three people had died.

Iran's foreign minister will embark on a diplomatic tour to try to salvage the nuclear deal amid high tensions following the U.S. withdrawal and global fears over reports of unprecedented clashes with Israel in Syria.

Israel had been preparing itself for weeks for possible Iranian retaliation.

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