"Anything would be possible at any moment, and the region will get out of control," Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said during a briefing in Tehran on Sunday, according to the outlet.
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"The United States is warning against other countries from becoming involved in the Israel-Gaza conflict amid fears that it could spread into a wider war in the Middle East," ABC News reported.
"This is not the moment for other parties who are hostile to Israel to seek advantage or to seek to exploit the attacks that have taken place," Jon Finer, deputy national security adviser to U.S. President Joe Biden, Monday on "Good Morning America."
The current concern largely lies in stopping Gaza while being aware of threats on Israel's northern border from Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon.
Some small skirmishes have already taken place, with Israel's military quickly putting a stop to rocket launches. Israel's military has also reportedly struck airport targets in Syria to stop additional plans aimed at its country.
Beyond Israel, Hamas also called for a day of violence shortly after its attacks, leading to isolated attacks and demonstrations in a variety of countries, showing the influence the group could have on even more conflict.