Maybe Syria is the Start of World War 3
The number of disputes being played out in what is a relatively tiny nation is now mind-boggling.
Israel directly bombed Iranian interests today in Syria.
Turkey is continuing it’s genocide against the Kurds.
America is bombing both sides of the civil war, the government and the rebels.
Russia is bombing the rebels.
Iran is bombing the rebels.
Despite all the interest in bombing Syria only Putin has called for a unified effort to defeat ISIS and bring order to the nation, a move that would save thousands if not millions of lives.
The Israeli move against Iran may not go without retaliation, Iranian Defense Minister Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehghan condemned the Israeli aggression that targeted one of the military positions southwest of Damascus International Airport.
Speaking to RT channel, Dehgan said that Iran considers Israel as a rogue occupying entity and that his country supports the right of Palestinians to resist.
Earlier, a military source said that a military position southwest of Damascus International Airport was exposed to an Israeli aggression with several missiles fired from the occupied territories at dawn on Thursday sparking explosions in the place and leaving some material losses.
The source added that the Israeli aggression comes as a desperate attempt to raise the collapsed morale of terrorist groups due to the Syrian army’s blows and this aggression will not dissuade the army from continuing the war against terrorism and crushing it.
Know one really knows who’s side they are on, they have bombed ISIS and the Government.
Britain could bomb the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad without first gaining the approval of MPs, says Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, adding it would be very hard to resist US pressure if the White House asked Britain to take part.
Johnson’s comments on Thursday follow the recent US bombing of an Assad forces airbase in Syria in response to a deadly chemical incident which the UK and US are attributing to the Syrian government.
Previously strikes had been limited to targets in northern Iraq.Johnson told the BBC that in light of the latest alleged chemical attack it “would be very difficult if the US has a proposal to have some sort of action in response to a chemical weapons attack.
“And if they come to us and ask for our support – whether it’s with submarine-based cruise missiles in the Med … in my view – and I know it’s also the view of the prime minister – it would be difficult for us to say ‘no.’”
Asked if there would have to be a vote in Parliament to sign off on such a decision, Johnson said: “I think that needs to be tested.”
His comments come after Labour Jeremy Corbyn criticized the US bombing raid. He said at the time there should have been a UN mandate for any such action.
Syria held the Turkish regime responsible for supporting terrorism, which killed tens of thousands of innocent people and destroyed Syria’s infrastructure upon direct instructions from President of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his security apparatus.
Turkey’s only interest in Syria is kill Kurds and support those rebels feeding the Turkish regime money.
Even France has put themselves in the mix, Syria strongly condemned the frantic campaign of misleading and lies and fabricated allegations launched by French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault regarding the crime of Khan Sheikhoun, stressing that the lies and allegations of the French Government represent a blatant aggression and an outrageous violation of the authorities of the international organizations specialized in this regard in attempt to hide the truth of this crime and who stands behind it.
Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said that “The Syrian Arab Republic condemns the frantic campaign of misleading and lies and the fabricated allegations launched by French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault regarding the crime of Khan Sheikhoun which shows without any doubt the involvement of France in preparing this crime in the framework of its full partnership in the aggression on Syria.”
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