by Israel Hayom Staff
"If someone comes to kill you, rise up and kill him first," Netanyahu says after Israel thwarts Iranian attack from Golan Heights. "Any nation that allows its territory to be used for attacks on Israel will be held accountable," PM says.
|Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the Knesset | Archives: Reuters/Amir Cohen|
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed not to let Iran establish a permanent foothold in Syria on Sunday, a day after Israel struck Iranian assets near Damascus and thwarted an imminent terrorist attack.
Iran's Quds Force is the overseas arm of Iran’s Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps.
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He said Iran would not be allowed to use its proxies to attack Israel from the Golan Heights.
"Iran has no immunity anywhere. Our forces operate in every sector against the Iranian aggression," Netanyahu said on Twitter.
Israel Hayom Staff
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