"Israel welcomes the participation of British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emanuel Macron in this action", Netanyahu said at the beginning of his weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday.
He added Israel fully supports President Trump's stance on the issue, and applauded the president for his resolve.
The premier said he spoke with May on Saturday night following the joint strikes, which targeted three alleged chemical weapons facilities in Syria.
"The important worldwide message that came from the attack was zero tolerance for the use of non-conventional weapons", Netanyahu said at the start of a cabinet meeting, describing his discussion with May.
Israel regularly targets military sites inside Syria, saying it will prevent Iran and the Iran-allied Hezbollah group from using Syria as a base to threaten the Jewish state.
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Netanyahu warned that the Syrian government is endangering itself by giving Iran and its proxies a "forward base".
The assertion comes after also a solid ally of Syria, Iran, this week jeopardized to respond to an airstrike to an military base which Russian Federation, the Syrian authorities and also Iran blamed Israel.
"With all due respect, at the end of the day, we have sometimes to go and do what needs to be done because there is an imminent threat", Ben-Shalom said while justifying the Israeli actions.
The United States had Israel's full support as it led the attack on Syria's chemical weapons facilities together with its allies, France and Britain.
"A year ago I gave Israel's total support for (US) President Donald Trump's decision to mobilise against the use of chemical weapons", he said, referring to American strikes against the Syrian regime in April 2017 after a sarin gas attack on a rebel-held town.