Iran threatens Netanyahu to "rockets fall on his head" and resolve their survival in Syria[/size]
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Jafari said that Iran would not withdraw its troops from Syria, in response to threats by Benjamin Netanyahu to Iran, targeting its forces in Syria, according to "Reuters."
"The Islamic Republic of Iran will keep its military advisers, its revolutionary forces and weapons in Syria," Jafari said.
"I would advise Iran to leave Syria quickly, because we will not stop our offensive policy," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Iran.
In an interview with French President Emmanuel Macaron, Benjamin Netanyahu stressed that Israel would not allow Iran to threaten its security, either from Syria or from any other country.
"I focused on the need to rein in Iran in the region and prevent it from strengthening its military presence more in Syria and the region," Netanyahu told a joint news conference with McCron.
"We will not accept that Iran threatens our security from Syria and other countries," Netanyahu said. "Iran must leave Syria."