"Last year, [US] President [Donald] Trump made it clear that using chemical weapons crossed a red line".
The Pentagon is backing President Donald Trump's assertion that the missile strikes on Syria were "Mission Accomplished!"
Netanyahu said Syrian president Bashar al-Assad must understand that "his provision of a forward base for Iran and its proxies endangers Syria".
He says the overnight operation carried out by the United States, France and Britain followed that example.
Three targets were struck according to the USA, including a research centre in Damascus, a chemical weapons storage facitiy west of Homs, and a key command post also near Homs.
The statement also accused Syria of providing military bases for Iran, putting its "territory, forces and leadership in danger". "This morning the United States, France and the United Kingdom showed that their commitment is not limited to declarations of principles", he added in a statement.
Iran's involvement in Syria in support of Assad has alarmed Israel, which has said it will counter any threat.
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The Syrian army said its air defenses shot down most of the 110 missiles fired in the attack.
Israel on Saturday lauded the joint airstrikes on Syria by the U.S., Britain and France as an "appropriate" response to the alleged gas attack in Syria.
Asked whether Israel helped choose targets, the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said: "Not to my knowledge".
Netanyahu said Israel would not allow Iran to establish itself in Syria, according to his office.
Johnson tweeted Saturday that he welcomed the news of the military strike against major chemical weapons facilities in Syria in concert with "our USA and French allies".
While Russia is being agitated by the coalition attack on Syria, Israel might be the one to pay the price. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said there were no reports of USA losses in what he described as a heavy but carefully limited assault.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has expressed his support for the airstrikes on Syria authorized by Prime Minister Theresa May.