Iran Says It Will Intervene If Israel Continues Military Operations In Gaza
The Foreign Minister also warned that if Hezbollah joins the war and it spreads to other regions in the Middle East, Israel would suffer "a huge earthquake".
TEHRAN - Iran has sent a letter through the United Nations to Israel saying that if Israel doesn't stop its military operations against the Hamas terrorist organization in the Gaza Strip then Iran may have to intervene, according to diplomatic sources who spoke to Axios.
Iran said that although they do not want to escalate the situation further, it will have to intervene if its operation within Gaza continues.
Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian spoke to reporters in Beirut and called on Israel to stop its operations within Gaza and issued a warning that the operations may cause the war to expand to other regions in the Middle East if the Hezbollah Terrorist Organization joins in on the war.