Iran Threatens Israel with ‘Huge Earthquake’ If Retaliation against Hamas Continues

Iran’s chief diplomat has issued a chilling threat to Israel, warning the nation it will be hit with a “huge earthquake” if the Jewish state continues to retaliate against Hamas for the brutal terrorist attacks.

On Saturday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian called on Israel to stop its attacks on Gaza.

Amirabdollahian warns that the war might expand to other parts of the Middle East if Hezbollah joins the battle.

Should Israel ignore the warning, the nation will suffer “a huge earthquake,” Amirabdollahian warned.

Amirabdollahian told reporters in Beirut that Lebanon’s Hezbollah group has taken all the scenarios of war into consideration and that Israel should stop its attacks on Gaza as soon as possible.

Israel considers Hezbollah its most serious immediate threat.

It is estimated that the Lebanese Shia Islamist terrorist group has some 150,000 rockets and missiles, including precision-guided missiles that can hit anywhere in Israel.

The group, which has thousands of battle-hardened fighters who participated in Syria’s 12-year conflict, also has different types of military drones.

Hezbollah fighters have been on full alert along Lebanon’s borders with Israel following last Saturday’s attack by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.

The attacks left hundreds of innocent Israeli civilians and soldiers dead.

On Friday, Hezbollah said its fighters fired several rockets at four Israeli positions along the border.

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On Saturday, the Israeli military said an Israeli drone strike along the border with Lebanon killed a “cell” that was trying to infiltrate into Israel.

Hezbollah fighters fired a barrage of rockets and shells at Israeli positions in the disputed Chebaa Farms on Saturday afternoon.

Israeli troops fired back on nearby areas in southern Lebanon.

The U.S. has designated both Hezbollah and Hamas terrorist organizations.

Amirabdollahian discussed during a meeting in Beirut Saturday the situation in Gaza and the region with the top Hamas official in exile, Saleh Arouri, and the leader of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group, Ziad Nakhaleh, according to Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV.

Hamas officials have repeatedly said that last Saturday’s attack on southern Israel that killed over 1,300 civilians and troops was the work of the terrorist group and Iran had nothing to do with it.

However, Iran has been celebrating the attacks, as Slay News reported.

On Saturday afternoon, Amirabdollahian left Beirut following a tour that took him to Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, where Tehran enjoys wide influence.

Amirabdollahian said he met Friday Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, who briefed him on the group’s conditions in Lebanon.

“I know about the scenarios that Hezbollah has put in place,” Amirabdollahian said.

“Any step the resistance (Hezbollah) will take will cause a huge earthquake in the Zionist entity.”

“I want to warn the war criminals and those who support this entity before it’s too late to stop the crimes against civilians in Gaza because it might be too late in a few hours,” Amirabdollahian added.

With an eye toward Hezbollah, Democrat President Joe Biden has warned other players in the Middle East not to join the conflict.

The U.S. has sent American warships to the region and vowed full support for Israel.

The Iranian foreign minister said he will be contacting U.N. officials in the Middle East because “there is still an opportunity to work on an initiative (to end the war) but it might be too late tomorrow.”

The possibility of a new front in Lebanon brings back bitter memories of a vicious monthlong war between Hezbollah and Israel in 2006.

That war ended in a stalemate and a tense detente between the two sides.

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