Zarif appeared to make an attempt to mitigate an escalation of hostilities between the two countries after Israel downed an Iranian drone in February and struck at least one Iranian military base in Syria since. Israel then targeted a Syrian artillery cannon which was in the general area where the mortar was sacked from.
The Wall Street Journal also reported on the Israeli military attack on T4, which included using drones to protect Israeli jets carrying out strikes in Syria from Iranian anti-aircraft weaponry, according to the Telegraph. Israeli sources claimed the attack was aimed at Iranian fighters in the Arab country, while Tehran denied the claims that it had a military presence in the country.
In a speech to dozens of foreign ambassadors on Monday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu invoked the name of former prime minister Menachem Begin in reiterating his pledge to prevent Iran from threatening Israel with nuclear weapons.
"I do not believe that we are headed towards regional war", Zarif answered, "but I do believe that unfortunately, Israel has continued its violations of global law, hoping to be able to do it with impunity because of the United States support and trying to find smokescreens to hide behind".
"The easiest answer would be to these acts of aggression, to stop these incursions", Zarif said.
Iran, Lebanon's Hezbollah militia and Russian Federation have been reinforcing Damascus against a 7-year-old Syrian rebellion. The source added that retaliation would likely take the form of direct confrontation between Israel and Iran, rather than via regional proxies such as the Lebanese Hezbollah group.
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"No matter the price, we will not allow a noose to form around us", he told Israel Radio in an interview.
Israel Katz, the Israeli intelligence minister, suggested world powers might intervene to curb Iranian activity in Syria.
"They should expect that if they continue to violate territorial integrity of other states, there'll be consequences", he said.
The 2015 deal, negotiated by the US and other world powers, curbs Iran's nuclear program in exchange for easing economic sanctions.
Israel has savaged the deal and encouraged a US review, but Katz appeared to acknowledge the outcome could be costly.
"Israel's policy has not changed since Begin".
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