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Israeli Regime Threatens with Further Attacks on Syria

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Israel threatens to attack Syria if Syrian “provocations will continue”.

The Israeli regime has not only the biggest stockpile of modern weapons of mass destructions in the Middle East due to the support by the US administrations and European governments such as the German government, but the Israeli regime also is the sole possessor of nuclear weapons in the region.

It further seems, that the Western governments do not really care about the possession of the many nuclear weapons by Israel, although the Western governments maintain their propaganda against other possessors of nuclear weapons or, like in the case of the United States, have signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons but never have acted according to the objective of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Not to mention the propaganda against the civilian nuclear power project in Iran.

The Israeli regime has now once again warned the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad in the capital Damascus about possible further attacks and military strikes by the Israeli forces against Syria in person of the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations, Ron Prosor.

The member of the Israeli regime, Ron Prosor, ambassador to the United Nations (UN), said during a meeting of the so-called UN Security Council (UNSC) on the topic “Middle East” on Tuesday that “if the provocations by the Syrian government will continue”, the Israeli regime “will have no choice but respond accordingly”.

This means that the Israeli regime has no other chance than to again carry out military strikes against Syrian facilities, weapons stockpiles or military bases of the Syrian Arab army (SAA). No chance for negotiations, talks or any other democratically acts to prevent military strikes against a sovereign state. In terms of the Israeli regime, this is no real surprise.

In the meeting of the UN Security Council (UNSC) on the Middle East, the Israeli ambassador Ron Prosor also repeated the Western allegations that Syria has chemical weapons and the ambassador of Israel further sated that “Israel is not able to tolerate this”.

Ron Prosor also stated in this meeting of the UN Security Council (UNSC) that he has said it before and will say it again – “Assad has chemical weapons”. What a surprise. The world has to know this. As if it would be a secret that the Syrian Arab army has some stockpiles of chemical weapons, but they did not use them in the current conflict due to several reasons. In addition, Russian experts found first-hand evidence that the foreign-backed and Israeli supported terrorist groups have used chemical weapons (sarin nerve gas) at least in an attack on Syrian civilians and soldiers of the Syrian army near Aleppo (Halab) some months ago.

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The Russian experts then handed over the samples and evidence of the use of chemical weapons by the foreign-supported terrorists into the hands of United Nations about two weeks ago. So far, the United Nations (UN) were quiet about further information on this topic and the samples of the Russian experts.

The Israeli ambassador Ron Prosor further said in this “maintenance of propaganda” against the Syrian government under President Bashar al-Assad in the capital Damascus that the “situation is made all the more dangerous by the fact that Assad has received advanced weapons systems that Israel simply cannot allow”.

The Israeli regime has already launched several attacks against Syria since the beginning of this year and these were attacks against a sovereign state without any military provocations in advance. Pre-emptive attacks are nothing else than a war crime.

Don’t throw bricks when you live in a glass house, Ron Prosor.

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