Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has taken to social media to voice his strong objections to Israel's actions in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Raisi warns that Israel's "crimes have crossed red lines," potentially compelling other nations to intervene.
On Sunday morning, Raisi used his social media platform to condemn Israel, stating that their actions have crossed "red lines."
He criticized the U.S. for its continued support of Israel, despite asking Iran to refrain from taking action. "Washington asks us not to do anything, but they keep giving widespread support to Israel," Raisi wrote.
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Raisi also highlighted recent attacks on U.S. forces in Syria and Iraq, stating that the U.S. had sent messages to the Axis of Resistance but received a "clear response on the battlefield."
This comes after U.S. forces targeted military installations in Syria's Abu Kamal, used by Iranian Revolutionary Guards and allied militias, in retaliation for attacks on U.S. troops.
The Iranian President's comments, coupled with ongoing tensions and military actions, have raised concerns about the possibility of a broader conflict in the Middle East.