Israel managed to escape major damage from a barrage of Iranian drones and missiles, prompting President Joe Biden to caution Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the U.S. stance on an Israeli reaction. Biden conveyed to Netanyahu during a phone call on Saturday that the U.S. would not engage in or endorse an Israeli counterattack in response to the initial assault on Israel originating from Iranian territory, as reported by Axios.

“You got a win. Take the win,” Biden said, according to a source Axios identified only as a “senior White House official.”

To summarize the assault, The New York Times stated that nearly all of the over 300 missiles and drones launched towards Israel were successfully intercepted, resulting in minimal damage. However, it is noteworthy that Iran violated a significant boundary by firing weapons from its own territory into Israeli territory.

“Had defenses not held, scores or hundreds could have been killed,” the Times reported.

Iran has declared that its retaliation has concluded in response to the deaths of seven officers from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. These officers were killed in an attack on the Iranian Embassy in Damascus, Syria, which occurred in April. While Israel is widely accused, it has not officially taken responsibility for the attack.

“The matter can be deemed concluded,” the Iranian Mission to the United Nations said in a statement published on X on Saturday evening.“However, should the Israeli regime make another mistake, Iran’s response will be considerably more severe. It is a conflict between Iran and the rogue Israeli regime, from which the U.S. MUST STAY AWAY!”