Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif will begin a delicate diplomatic tour on Saturday to try to save the US nuclear weapon business, following international fears of unprecedented military escalation involving Israel in Syria.  million. Zarif will gradually go to Beijing, Moscow and Brussels, the seat of the European Union, for discussions on this 2015 agreement that continues to defend the other signatories – France, Britain, Germany, Russia, China – said Friday in the AFP spokesman.
In the middle of Tehran after the weekly Muslim prayer, thousands of Iranians demonstrated against the United States, burned American flags and also launched anti-Israeli slogans.
Iran, according to analysts, seems determined not to be released into an open conflict with Israel, its archemesis that welcomed US withdrawal from the agreement is considered insufficient to prevent Tehran from acquiring the nuclear weapon and restoring US sanctions.
On Thursday, Israel conducted dozens of deadly air reports against "Iranian" targets in Syria, saying that it responded to "Iranian" rocket fire from the Syrian territory against Hebrew occupied Golan Heights
In war crimes Syria bordering on Israel, Iran supports military Bashar al-Assad's regime in his war against rebels and jihadists. And Israel proclaims that it will not allow Tehran to use Syria as a bridgehead against it.
In a first reaction, Iran denied the Israeli version of the strike. "The repeated attacks of the Zionist regime on the Syrian soil have been conducted under false pretenses that are unfounded," said the Foreign Ministry "strongly condemning the attacks of the Zionist regime."
On Thursday, President Iran's Hassan Rohani caught attention even though he did not mention the escalation in Syria. He stressed that his country does not want "new tensions" in the region.
On Friday, the calm of the Israeli-Syrian border was the world leader trying to avoid a worsening of the crisis after the military escalation and the decision of US President Donald Trump to abandon the nuclear agreement.
However, Israel's forces were in a state of maximum warning in the northern part of the country.
On the other side of the border were Syrian, Iranian and Lebanese Hezbollah forces, another Israeli animal, also fully alert, according to the Syrian observatory for human rights (OSDH).
During a visit to the occupied Golan, Israeli Defense Secretary Avigdor Lieberman said: "I take this opportunity to deal with this message to Assad: put out the Iranians, put Ghassem Sulaimani and Quds out."  Ghassem Sulaimani commands Qods Brigade, responsible for the revolutionary guards, the elite Iranian army, which Israel says is responsible for firing on Thursday in this part of the Golan.
For analysts, Israel has felt Washington has the green light to act more aggressively against the Iranian presence in Syria, especially after the United States recall from nuclear power.
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Iran, experts say, is in a delicate position: it wants to show its firmness to the United States and Israel, but at the same time it needs Europeans' support to preserve the agreement and the weak economic gains.
"The Rohani administration would be better to save what could still be this agreement by talking to Europe, the Russians and the Chinese, and therefore try to more or less control escalation in Syria. And do not go too far in the answers" said Karim Emile Bitar, Research Director of the Institute for International and Strategic Relations, AFP
Iran said that it would remain in the Europeans, Russia and China Agreement, giving strong guarantees to secure Iran's financial interests.
Russia, which has close links with Iran and Israel, is trying to convey in order to prevent a blurring.
But for Yossi Mekelberg in the Chatham House Tank in London, Moscow "Is not Glad Iran Holds Too Much Power, Too Much Influence" in Syria. The Israeli strikes were probably carried out with Russia's tacit agreement, which considers Iran "as a danger to its own interests".
According to Israeli daily Haaretz, Israeli intelligence ministers told ministers that a new conflict with Iran in Syria was unlikely. But he warned that "Tehran could activate his heavy weapon, Hezbollah, in which case the conflict could be of another scale."