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Full Name: Dr.Abdul Ruff Colachal
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Israel tries to impress America by attacking Syria!

DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL 

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It might sound absurd that Americans are ready to die or live only with Israeli criminal Jews. Having  generated the a fascist regime in Mideast to destabilize the region by attacking  Arabs with US-UK arms, Americans feel their logical commitment to stay alive or disappear only along with Israelis.

The only nuke power in Mideast  Israel opposes any Arab nation to become nuclear. Hence Zionist criminal frauds want to attack Iran to stop its  nuke  development. 

Knowing that they owe much to US-UK terror twins, especially with free arms and technology from Washington, Israel also tries to show that they are equally committed to American militarism and imperialism.

Israel keeps attacking or at least threatening to attack those nations, like Iran and Syria, in order to let Americans  k feel for Israel and recommend the Pentagon to dispatch a terror goods while the US Congress push for sending more money to Tel-Aviv.

The US, Israel's closest ally, may be a little concerned. The consignment of expensive weapons destroyed is thought to have come from Russia, and Washington won't want to see Russian displeasure provoked at a moment when its co-operation is needed to keep alive any hope of peace talks.

On July 2013 reports citing US officials said the Israeli air force struck a missile warehouse in Latakia, on 5 May 2013 two Israeli air strikes reportedly hit a military complex around Jamraya, north-west of Damascus, on 2 May 2013, Israeli planes launch a strike targeting shipment of ground-to-ground missiles at a warehouse at Damascus airport, according to US intelligence sources; and on January 2013, Syrian military says Israeli jets carried out an air strike on a military research centre north-west of Damascus.

 

However, Washington reported that Israeli aircraft have carried out a strike near the Syrian coastal city of Latakia. Latakia is a stronghold of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, where his Alawite community is concentrated. This is believed to be sixth Israeli attack in Syria this year. Israel does not comment on specific operations.

 

The strike targeted Russian-made missiles intended for the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah. One unnamed US official told the Associated Press that the missiles targeted by Israel were Russian-made SA-125s.

Russia has been a key backer of President Assad's, continuing to supply his government with weapons during the conflict in Syria.

Israeli officials have repeatedly said it would act if it felt Syrian weapons, conventional or chemical, were being transferred to militant groups in the region, especially Hezbollah.

Obviously, Israel had expected a US/NATO in Syria but that has not materialized. Reports of the strike came as the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said all Syria's declared equipment for making chemical weapons had been destroyed, one day before a deadline.

The OPCW said in a statement that its teams had inspected 21 of the 23 chemical weapons sites in Syria. It said two sites were too dangerous to visit, but equipment from those sites had already been moved to places where it could be inspected.

 

Israeli strike took place overnight from Wednesday into Thursday. Action by the OPCW was agreed following allegations, denied by the Syrian government, that its forces had used chemical weapons in civilian areas - and after the US and France threatened military intervention.

 

Reports circulated of explosions near Latakia, but the cause was not clear. "Several explosions were heard in an air defence base in the Snubar Jableh area," said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based activist network. Neither Israel nor Syria has commented on the reports.

Earlier this year, Assad had promised to respond to any future strikes by Israel. The Syrian government caught in a grinding civil war of attrition within its borders does not have the capacity for any kind of military confrontation with Israel - avoiding public comment may be a way of reducing pressure from its own people and from the wider Arab world for some form of retaliation.

 

The reports come at a delicate moment, with the Russians - who apparently made the weapons that Israel is said to have targeted - working closely with the US to get a peace conference on Syria off the ground.

The UN Joint Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, has said that he believed progress was "certainly being made" on preparations for an international peace conference in Switzerland - widely referred to as Geneva 2. But he said it was not certain if it was enough for the conference to take place, as planned, on 23 November. He said he hoped to announce a date soon. Speaking in Damascus, at the end of his first visit to the capital since December, he said "people are realizing more and more there is no military solution and don't see any way of getting out of this horrible situation except through Geneva".

 

 

Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad said that his government was co-operating, and was making a contribution to freeing the Middle East of weapons of mass destruction. He believes that those who have always thought of Syria negatively will change their minds and understand that “Syria was, is, and will be always a constructive partner" .

Syria's arsenal is believed to include more than 1,000 tonnes of the nerve gas sarin, the blister agent sulphur mustard and other banned chemicals, stored at dozens of sites. Syria has until mid-2014 to destroy the chemical weapons themselves. Syria's next deadline is mid-November, by which time the OPCW and the Syrians must agree a detailed plan to destroy the country's chemical weapons stockpile.

 

Israeli air-raids on military targets inside Syria have become one of the strangest sub-plots of the civil war. This is thought to be the fifth or sixth such attack this year but it is Israeli policy not to offer any public comment on specific operations.

Syria too - for all its decades of hostility towards Israel - hasn't offered any military response and has tended to say little or nothing about the operations. Israel has said publicly that it won't allow the Assad regime in Damascus to transfer powerful rockets and missiles to its allied Shia militia Hezbollah in southern Lebanon, where they could threaten targets in Israel. Israel's silence gives it some kind of deniability - even if no-one really doubts it is responsible.

The uprising in Syria, as part of so-called Arab Spring, against Assad began in 2011. More than 100,000 people have been killed and more than two million people have fled the country, according to the UN. Opposition and anti-regime rebels have made every possible effort to destabilize Syria and help foreign forces attack and occupy the nation that has enough energy resources.

USA and Russia played to make deal with Assad to exchange chemical weapons for temporary, if only tactical, peace in the nation.

One does not know if NATO would attack Syria once Syria is free of WMD.  

After all, both USA and Russia are not going to destroy their own  nuclear weapons at least for years, perhaps until the next deadly world war when most of the globe, if not in entirety,  would be destroyed along with nukes.  

Similarly, Israel would not easily dismantle their own nuke arsenals until forced by UNSC to do. 

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