Skip to comments.Israel warns of possible pre-emptive chemical weapons strike in Syria
Posted on 01/27/2013 5:58:27 PM PST by Optimist
Israel could launch a pre-emptive strike to stop Syria's chemical weapons from reaching Lebanon's Hezbollah or al Qaeda inspired groups, officials said Sunday.
The warning came as the military moved a rocket defense system to a main northern city, and Israel's premier warned of dangers from both Syria and Iran.
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"Syria has rarely acknowledged possessing chemical weapons." Hey AP/CBS, how many times do they have to acknowledge it before it's true?
"Israeli ... TV broadcast an interview with a former Iranian diplomat who defected ... He warned that if Tehran gets nuclear weapons, it would use them against Israel. He did not provide evidence." Repeated threats by Ahmadinejad that are evidence of this don't count, because crazy statements by insane people shouldn't be taken seriously unless the have access to an "assault weapon".
Good. Israel can tackle the Jihadists. We have to deal with the Korean Pillsbury Doughboy.
We won’t deal with anyone unless we join the Muslim Brotherhood.
Translation: Reporters are Liars.
One of the worst titles I have ever read for an article.
Obozo loving, Israel hating press should be punished forever.
That headline is exactly how the media mainpulates the low information voters.
The mediots will breathlessly report that the weapons are not Syrian. Instead they are rogue weaponry from Iraq and since Bush dragged us unjustifiably into a war with an Iraq that never had chemical weapons, it must be Bush's fault. Or perhaps the Zionist dog's fault. But not Syria's.
And why they mercilessly hound them to avoid listening to anyone else.
Drudge posted this without the inflammatory mis-information in the title:
Israel warns of possible pre-emptive strike in Syria...
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