Iran has warned on Sunday that Israeli military has “crossed red lines” in the Gaza Strip which “may force everyone” to act.
If this does happen then the Middle East will erupt into war as Turkey has threatened war against Israel and now Iran is calling on the regional network of militant groups to act.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi blasted on Sunday that Israels ongoing military action on the ground the constant bombing of Gaza has killed more than 8,000 Palestinians.
“The crimes of the Zionist regime have crossed the red lines, and this may force everyone to take action,” Raisi said on X, on Sunday.
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He added, “Washington asks us to not do anything, but they keep giving widespread support to Israel.
“The US sent messages to the Axis of Resistance but received a clear response on the battlefield,”
The Axis of Resistance is a term used by Iranian officials which refers to a network of regional militant groups supported by Tehran, such as the Houthi rebels based in Yemen, Hamas and the Lebanese militia group Hezbollah as well as other factions in Syria and Iraq.
Iran has given many warnings over Israels actions in Gaza and said that “at any moment” the Middle East “will go out of control.”
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian warned a joint press conference in Tehran that the Middle East is a powder keg and a tiny “miscalculation” could result in a “heavy and bitter consequences for the interests of the warmongers,” in a warning to Washington and Tel Aviv.
Amir-Abdollahian said, “I warn the US and its proxy (Israel) … that if they do not immediately stop the crime against humanity and genocide in Gaza, anything is possible at any moment and the region will go out of control.”
The Turkish President has also threatened war with Israel by sending their army to Gaza to protect Palestinians.
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned in his speech to hundreds of thousands of pro-Palestinian protestors that the Turkish military can “come at any night unexpectedly.”
Hundreds of thousands of protestors chanted in response to Erdogan’s threats, “Turkish military to Gaza.”
News site Politics Today also translated Erdogan’s speech, saying, “From now on, we will continue on our path with the motto that we may suddenly knock on your door one night.”