Iran’s Foreign Minister said that the US will have to deal with new fronts if it continues to support Israel and prolong the Gaza Strip conflict.

“The US advises all parties to exercise restraint but has fully sided with Israel. Many new fronts will appear to deal with the US if they continue to act as they have in the past. The US must decide whether they want to go to war.” more ferocity,” Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said in an interview published today.

Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian refused to release details of the countermeasures prepared by Iran, but his statement showed an escalation in the spats between Tehran and Washington.

Many Western officials and analysts fear the possibility of the Iranian-backed armed group Hezbollah in Lebanon attacking Israeli territory if Tel Aviv launches a ground campaign against the Gaza Strip. Militias in the Middle East could also attack US forces stationed in Iraq and Syria, leading to a conflict that would engulf the Middle East.

Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian warned that Israel would suffer serious consequences if it decided to launch a ground campaign to attack Gaza. “Opening a new front will be inevitable and will put Israel in a situation that they will regret. The situation is at the point of explosion; anything can happen, and a new front can appear at any time.”, he said.

Iran‘s Foreign Minister also affirmed that Tehran was not involved in the attacks on US bases in Iraq and Syria in the past two weeks, emphasizing that the armed groups that carried out those attacks acted independently.

The statement was made a day after the US airstrikes on two facilities in Syria linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)US officials affirmed that there was no evidence that Iran ordered attacks on Washington’s bases in the Middle East but said that Tehran must be responsible for supporting armed groups to carry out such actions.

“We have not sent more soldiers to Syria and other places in the region, but Iran will not sit idly by and is ready to act to protect national interests,” Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian said.