Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl on Monday continued to voice his support of Israel in the wake of a recent attack by Iran while also criticizing President Joe Biden for enabling Israel's enemies.

On Saturday, 300 missiles and drones were fired by Iran during an unprecedented direct attack on Israel.

Pearl, a Jewish-American coach who has been vocal in support of Israel, placed the blame on Biden's administration, saying the White House's policies "enriched, empowered and emboldened Israel's enemies." He continued to push for peace in the Middle East.

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"No country has ever been under attack from its neighbors more than Israel, no religious group more than Jews!" he wrote on Twitter. "The Murder and hostage taking on Oct 7th and the 350 missiles on Apr 13th and much of the world's reaction have shown there is NO deterrence! Israel better take care of Irans leadership before they get Nukes! The Biden Administration policies have enriched, empowered and emboldened Israel's enemies. The good news is that the Abraham Accord countries and several other Arab states feel the same way about the Islamic Republic of Iran. At some point, Israel is going to have to deal with Iran directly and then find out who in the Middle East wants peace and who wants war! A change in Iranian leadership or real deterrence gives Peace and Prosperity a chance!"

Pearl posted after Saturday's attack that Biden's "appeasement of Iran and her proxies have completely destabilized the Middle East again!"

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In December, Pearl pushed for Biden to "support Israel" amid Hezbollah's stockpiling of missiles. In July, months before the attacks, the coach called out the president for lifting sanctions on Iran that the Trump administration had put in place, warning it meant Iran could "threaten Israel."

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