After killings attributed to Israel, Bennett vows ‘no immunity’ for Iranian regime
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett warned Iran on Sunday that its terror-sponsoring “immunity is over,” after a week that saw an Iranian colonel assassinated and an Iranian engineer killed at a military complex — both actions reportedly attributed to Israel.
“For years the Iranian regime employed terror against Israel and the region through its emissaries, but the head of the octopus, Iran itself, enjoyed some sort of immunity,” Bennett said at the opening of a special cabinet meeting to mark Jerusalem Day, which celebrates the city’s reunification during the 1967 Six Day War.
“As we have said more than once, the period of immunity for the Iranian regime is over,” he said, in what some took to be a hint at Israeli involvement in the recent killings. “Whoever funds terrorists, whoever arms terrorists, whoever sends out terrorists, will pay the full price.”
On Wednesday, an explosion at Iran’s Parchin military complex killed an engineer. The New York…