Israeli PM warns Iran: Those who send ‘terrorists’ to attack Israelis will pay the price

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennet warned Iran on Sunday against any attempt to target Israelis abroad with “terrorist attacks”, threatening that anyone who attempts to orchestrate such attacks will pay the price.

“We are currently witnessing Iranian attempts to attack Israelis in several overseas locations,” Bennett said.

“The security forces are working to thwart attempted attacks before they are launched. We will continue to attack those who send the terrorists. We will continue to attack those who send the terrorists,” he added.

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He also warned Israelis not to travel to Turkey for their safety. “In addition, we have warned Israeli citizens not to fly to Turkey – especially Istanbul – at this time unless it is necessary. The danger is still great. I call on the citizens of Israel to show personal responsibility and ensure their safety.”

Last week, Israel warned its citizens not to travel to Turkey, citing the danger of possible Iranian “revenge attacks” following the assassination of Colonel Sayad Khodai of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

Israeli public broadcaster Kan radio reported last week that security officials foiled an Iranian attack on Israelis in Turkey last month.

Tensions between the two countries have escalated in recent weeks during a shadow war in which Israel targets Iran’s military, officials and scientists linked to the country’s nuclear program, and Iran retaliates by targeting Israelis abroad. .

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