Following the late-Friday airstrikes in Syria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his support for the operation. President Trump's resolve and Israel's support remain unchanged.
In a written statement, Netanyahu said the decision taken by the USA and backed by the United Kingdom and France shows that the commitment of these countries to combat chemical weapons is not limited to the declaration.
Netanyahu said Syrian president Bashar al-Assad must understand that "his provision of a forward base for Iran and its proxies endangers Syria". Israel has not commented on the attack.
More than 100 missiles were launched at approximately 4 am local time, fired from both warships in the eastern Mediterranean, and fighter jets who approached from Saudi Arabian and Jordanian air space.
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"A perfectly executed strike last night".
In a joint operation with the United Kingdom and France, chemical weapons sites, including a storage facility and a research base, were targeted in the pre-dawn hours, constituting the largest military intervention since the Syrian civil war began. She also stressed that the USA will act again if necessary, saying that Washington remains "locked and loaded".
US, French and British missiles destroyed sites suspected of hosting chemical arms development and storage facilities but the buildings were mostly empty and the Western trio swiftly reverted to its diplomatic efforts.
A U.N. Security Council diplomat says the council will meet later Saturday at Russia's request. Iran has been regarded by Israel as its arch enemy in the region.
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In London, May said the West had tried "every possible" diplomatic means to stop Assad from using chemical weapons. The U.S. president was also said to be upset over perceived Russian inaction over Syria using the weapons.
Russian Federation and Syria disagree with Western allies that gas was used by Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces to suppress opposition close to Damascus in an April 7 attack.
Asked how much advance warning Israel had received, an unnamed official told Reuters, "Between 12 and 24 hours, I believe".
The announcement was later confirmed by a USA embassy spokesperson.
The report quotes Khamenei as calling the leaders of the United States, Britain and France - the countries that launched the attack - "criminals".
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Similarly, Knesset member Tzipi Livni announced, "W$3 orld powers are sending the message that they will not tolerate the use of chemical weapons".
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