Several prominent New York officials expressed support for Israel Saturday night after Iran launched dozens of drones and ballistic missiles toward Israel.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, the country's highest-ranking Jewish elected official, held a press conference Sunday to share details from a Saturday night call he had with top U.S. administration officials.

"The fact that it was not only the United States and Israel but some of our allies, like France, like England and even some of the Arab nations participating, showed that Iran is becoming more and more isolated in its evil actions, and that bodes well for the future," Schumer said.

Schumer had released a statement Saturday night strongly condemning Iran's actions.

House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, who represents southern Brooklyn, said America's commitment to Israel's security is “ironclad and unbreakable.”

In response to the attacks, the NYPD said they are deploying resources to houses of worship and other sensitive locations throughout the city, though there are no credible threats at this time.

Gov. Kathy Hochul said the New York State Police, New York National Guard and New York State Division of Homeland Security will also be on high alert to protect houses of worship and other high-profile locations.

The U.S. has already begun to help Israel by downing some of the Iran-launched drones flying toward Israel, according to a U.S. defense official and two U.S. officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the matter.

Iran had vowed revenge since an April 1 airstrike in Syria killed two Iranian generals inside an Iranian consular building. Iran accused Israel of being behind the attack.

Iran launching dozens of drones, ballistic missiles and cruise missiles marks the first time Iran has launched a direct military assault on Israel.

President Joe Biden convened a meeting of the National Security Council on Saturday to discuss the unfolding attack.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.