(Worthy News) – A prominent Iranian official warned Israel not to conduct a military operation against Iran, as the rival Middle Eastern powers trade threats following an attack on an Israeli-managed oil tanker.
“We state this clearly: ANY foolish act against Iran will be met with a DECISIVE response,” Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh tweeted on Thursday. “Don’t test us.”
Khatibzadeh accused the Israeli government of violating international law by threatening “military action” against Iran. Israeli officials have urged the United NationsSecurity Council member-states to support “diplomatic, economic, and even military deeds” in response to an attack last week that killed two civilians on the Mercer Street tanker while it sailed in international waters. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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