This follows attacks by HAMAS on Israel, which the Iranian Minister has hailed as a "historic victory," claiming it ended Israel's occupation of Palestinian territory, according to the reports from the radical movement.
Iran has warned that it may intervene in Israel's war with the radical Palestinian movement, Hamas, if Israeli forces do not cease their shelling of the Gaza Strip. This warning came through diplomatic channels facilitated by the United Nations. According to The Jerusalem Post, Iran conveyed a private message to Israel, stating that it might interfere if Israel continues its military campaign aimed at pushing Hamas out of Gaza.
According to the report, Tehran conveyed a warning through the United Nations.
"Iran... through the United Nations, sent a private message to Israel, stating that it could intervene if Israel continues its military campaign to oust Hamas from Gaza," as stated in the article.
Iran's Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir Abdollahian, cautioned that the conflict could spread to other parts of the Middle East if the Lebanese Shiite organization, Hezbollah (supported by Iran), joins the battle. He claimed that Hezbollah has already considered various war scenarios. On October 14, the Iranian Foreign Minister met with the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Tor Wennesland, in the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
Subsequently, the Iranian Foreign Minister met with the political leader of the Hamas movement, Ismail Haniyeh, in Qatar. Hamas stated that both sides discussed the Palestinian movement's attacks on Israel and "agreed to continue their cooperation" in pursuit of the group's objectives.
Iran's Foreign Minister described the HAMAS attacks on Israel as a "historic victory" that put an end to Israel's occupation of Palestinian territory, as claimed by the radical movement.
Iran's mission at the UN, on social media, also warned that Israel's actions against the Palestinian group could lead to "far-reaching consequences." They suggested that if Israeli war crimes and the genocide of the Israeli apartheid regime are not immediately halted, the situation may spiral out of control. Responsibility for this situation, they asserted, would fall on the UN, the Security Council, and the states that pushed the Security Council into a deadlock.
"If the war crimes of the Israeli apartheid and genocide are not immediately halted, the situation could spiral out of control and lead to far-reaching consequences, for which the responsibility lies with the UN, the Security Council, and the states that have pushed the Council into a deadlock," declared Iran's mission to the UN.
The war between Israel and HAMAS commenced on October 7. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) had previously reported their readiness for the next stages of military operations, including a ground operation in the Gaza Strip.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued warnings about the potential IDF ground operation in the Gaza Strip, which he considers to carry "absolutely unacceptable" risks for civilian casualties.
In light of the ongoing military confrontation between Israel and Hamas, Putin has repeatedly emphasized the need to implement the UN Security Council's resolution for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.