Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz and Israeli President Isaac Herzog both issued threats against Iran on Tuesday over the July 30th attack on the tanker Mercer Street, which Tehran denies responsibility for.
"Just as we saw in the maritime attack, which claimed the lives of two foreign nationals, Iran is the greatest threat to global and regional peace," Gantz said while visiting the Israeli military's Northern Command. "We call on the international community to take action and stop Iranian aggression. This is the time for joint action."
During a naval ceremony in the Israeli city of Haifa, Herzog also railed against Iran. "In recent weeks, we have witnessed Iran's attempt to harm Israeli targets including on the maritime front. This is not just an Israeli matter. The whole world has seen the results of Iran's aggression against innocent civilians," he said. "Whoever tries to harm us — anywhere, in theaters near and far, directly or indirectly — will feel our power and might."