(PresidentialInsider.com)- Iran, the largest state sponsor of terrorism in the world, is panicking that Israel may ultimately stand in the way of its aggressive militaristic actions in the Middle East. That was made clear when a spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry warned Israel against making any “foolish” actions against the country.
Writing on Twitter, Saeed Khatibzadeh said that any Israeli military action would be met with a response from Iran. He claimed that Israel committed a “brazen violation” of international law – which is a bit rich for Iran.
He claimed that the “Israeli regime” is threatening Iran and that it comes from “blind Western support.”
In another brazen violation of Int'l law, Israeli regime now blatantly threatens #Iran with military action.
Such malign behavior stems from blind Western support.
We state this clearly: ANY foolish act against Iran will be met with a DECISIVE response.
Don't test us.
— Saeed Khatibzadeh (@SKhatibzadeh) August 5, 2021
He then went on to threatened “DECISIVE” action against Israel if any military measures are taken.
Sounds like they’re scared, doesn’t it?
It all comes after Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz last week angered Iran by warning that Israel was ready to strike the country, adding that “the world needs to deal with Iran.”
Gantz also attended a meeting with representatives of the United Nations Security Council, along with Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, to discuss the ongoing threat of the Jihadist state of Iran. He revealed after the meeting that he emphasized that now is the time for action against Israel, and not words.
He encouraged “diplomatic, economic and even military deeds” against Israel, warning that the attacks will continue if nothing is done.
Iran’s sensitivity over the issue of military attacks could mean one of two things…they aren’t as close to developing a nuclear weapon as they like to let on, or they are right on the verge and are concerned about Israel calling their bluff on using it.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden is reportedly considering dropping economic sanctions against Iran in return for a return to compliance with the failed Iran Nuclear Deal.