Sunday, May 5, 2013

Israeli warplanes attacked back areas syria

Headline - Israeli fighter jets pounded Syrian territory back from the air. Previously, Israel has also been attacking Syria under the pretext of destroying Hezbollah arms shipments.

Reported by CNN, Saturday, May 4, 2013, the report submitted by
the U.S. military source. He reported U.S. intelligence and Western countries that showed the Israeli attack on Syria between the span Thursday-Friday this week.

At that time, U.S. intelligence reports have indeed shown that many Israeli fighter jets flew towards Lebanon. According to early indications, the U.S. does not believe Israel will attack Syria.

There is no any comment from the Israeli government. But a source in the Israeli Defense Ministry said, "We will do anything to stop shipments of weapons from Syria to terrorist organizations. We have done it in the past and will continue to do so in the future."

Previously, Israel had been attacked Syria. One was in January that destroyed a truck shipment of weapons from Syria to Lebanon. Allegedly, the regime of Bashar al-Assad amid their arming Shiite ally, Hezbollah.

In 2007, Israel was also attacked Syria, precisely in the area that is believed to be the location of a nuclear reactor near the Euphrates River. As a result of the attack, Assad improve their air defenses with Russian aid.

The latest attack was conducted in the middle of the United States addressing the faltering Syrian crisis. President Barack Obama is faced with two choices, between sending warplanes to help or resolve the crisis by diplomatic means.

The second way continued to hit the wall. According to White House sources, the U.S. will initially chose to help the rebels Syria by arming them. However, there are concerns would help the wrong target. Instead accepted the rebels, instead used the radical militant group. (kd)

http://dunia.news.viva.co.id/news/read/410318-jet-tempur-israel-kembali-serang-suriah

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