ISRAEL – The Israeli prime minister warned Iran of further assaults, showing a Syrian drone filmed last week on Israeli territory.
“Do not test Israel’s Patience,” said Benjamin Netanyahu at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, addressing the Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif with regards to a drone incident, showing fragment of a drone.
“Here’s a piece of the Iranian drone. Zarif, do you recognize this? You should, because it’s yours. “
The Iranian diplomat is due to speak this afternoon in Munich.
The remarks by Benjamin Netanyahu come a week after Israeli air strikes on Syrian Iranian air defense systems.
The attacks came after a drone from Iran was intercepted that infiltrated its airspace and an Israeli F-16 was shot down when it was returning to Israel from Syria.
“Iran seeks to dominate the world through aggression and terrorism, developing ballistic missiles to reach Europe and the United States as well,” said Benjamin Netanyahu, calling this the “greatest threat to the world.”
“Once equipped with nuclear weapons, the Iranian aggression will be out of control and target the whole world,” Netanyahu warned.