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Israel Threatens To Carry Out Military Strikes On Assad’s Palace In Damascus – Media

Israel is ready to carry out military strikes on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s palace in Damascus if Iran continues expanding its infuence in Syria, Al-Jadida newspaper reported citing an anonymous senior Israeli official.

The same reporte argued that Israel warned that if serious changes didn’t happen in the region, Tel Aviv will make all to undermine the ceasefire deal reached by the United States and Russia.

The source told the Al-Jadida newspaper that no understanding was reached between Israel and Russia and a meeting between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin last week changed nothing.

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3 comments

  1. Miriam Archibong

    Roll on the S400’s and Pantsirs. Could get interesting if half a dozen Israeli jets are downed long before they reach Damascas. That would be a something of a game changer for “the Bully of the Middle East”.

    • Johnson Chidozie

      I think as soon as missile lock were to be detected and a single missile launch were to be seen any IDF strike package would abort. No matter how crazy Netannutjob is, he is not that crazy enough that he’s willing to risk dead Israeli pilots in Syria, or even worse, captured Israeli pilots.

    • Publicist

      Johnson Chidozie The truth is that with S-300 and 400 you don’t have any missile lock warning.
      You get a rwr warning only one second or so before the missile explodes in your cockpit.

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