Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Wednesday that Israel's handling of the Iranian threat will be the same as actions taken on Iraq and Syria.
This is the first time an Israeli official directly refers to actions Israel has taken to halt the Syrian nuclear program.
Speaking to students at Ariel University Center, Liberman assured that Israel "knows how to act" to prevent Iran from making a nuclear bomb.
The foreign minister said the public should leave the decision on how to act and when to decision makers. "If you want to shoot, shoot. Don't talk," the foreign minister added.