The former Israeli prime minister said Iran needed to “calm down” amid the nuclear threat from Tehran.
Iran was disappointed by the allegations. Cyber attack It said it happened by Israel that sabotaged one of Iran’s main nuclear-enriched plants.
“I’m not sure Israel did that, and I would advise Iranians to calm down,” former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert told WABC radio “The Rita Cosby Show”.
Iran̵7;s President Hassan Rouhani said Iran would enrich its uranium to 60 percent in response to the attack.
“Obviously, this is a Zionist crime. If the Zionists take action against our country, we will respond, ”said the president.
“It’s not really intimidating us, we’re not too afraid of Iran… I don’t think Israel has a reason to be afraid. But the expressions are so harsh, these threats are unnecessary and won’t benefit anyone, ”Olmert said in an interview.
The threat comes as the US is about to start indirect talks with Iran over rejoining the nuclear deal.
Olmert said he has such confidence. President BidenJoe BidenIRS is preparing to pay a 000 child tax credit in July, Capitol Police says not to use the most aggressive tactic to counter the riots, reports found Biden went with the First Lady to appoint. It will take into account the interest of Israel amid rising tensions between the countries.
“I have never had any doubts about his (Biden) determination and his determination and commitment to the security of the State of Israel,” Olmert said.