Lieberman: Israel will do 'whatever it takes' to defend itself against Iran

A dangerous subplot is taking place in Syria

Israel said to fear Assad chemical weapons spillover into Golan Heights

-Gen. Ronen Manelis, while the drone was Iranian and navigated by Iranian operators, Syria's choice to fire its air defenses against Israeli jets reveals it has chosen to interfere in Israel's fight against the Islamic Republic's activity in the country.

In acknowledging Jerusalem's fear of chemical spillover into the Golan Heights, the cable directed the envoys to convey that "it must be made clear that such an incident would require Israel to respond in the strongest possible terms". "And I think this again illustrates why Iran's presence in Syria is only destabilising to the region", Tillerson said during a press conference in Amman.

"We must convey the message that Israel will not allow this and will defend itself, its citizens, and its sovereignty", the cable said, according to the report.

On February 1, Washington said Assad's regime could be making new chemical weapons and warned it was considering fresh strikes against the regime.

According to the Israeli military, was attacked by 12 goals, including three anti-aircraft missile battalion and four military Iranian targets in Syria, according to Reuters.

The Israeli air raids began early on Saturday when the country's military said it had intercepted an unmanned aircraft over the city of Beit Shean "on a military mission sent and operated by Iranian military forces".

But Haley was clear that the US holds Syria, along with Russian Federation and Iran, responsible for an increase in violence. Two Israeli crew members were wounded after ejecting from their F-16I when they recognized that one of the enemy missiles had locked onto their jet. Israel however destroyed almost half of President Bashar Assad's air defenses, according to military estimates.

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