Skip to comments.Israel: Syrian Forces Crossed into Our Territory - Israel files a complaint with the UN
Posted on 07/22/2012 8:14:36 PM PDT by Nachum
Israel filed a complaint against Syria Monday in the United Nations, alleging that Syrian forces crossed the border between Israel and Syria in the Golan Heights last week.
Israel's Deputy UN Ambassador, Haim Waxman, sent a letter to the UN Security Council Secretary General, in which he said that during fighting Thursday between the Syrian Army and rebel forces at Jubta al-Hasheb, Syrian forces crossed the 1974 Armistice Line.
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Israel filed a complaint against Syria Monday in the United Nations,
Hmmm reminds me of a story of a hen house a Gullible Farmer and a Fox !
What a joke.ooooooooohhhhhh big bad wolf!!! Ohhhhhhhhh
> Israel files a complaint with the UN
As if the UN would give a moldy doughnut for Israel.
May as well bay at the moon.
Well, file the proper paperwork in triplicate....then blow the hell out of them nest time they cross.
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Was the army pushed into Israel territory by a rebel attack?
If the Israelis had really cared (instead of eating popcorn and watching the fight) there would not be anything left of the Syrian incursion.
My guess is that the situation is like someone dodging a fist and accidentally knocking someone’s drink over. The Israelis know it wasn’t on purpose, but just a move to avoid being shot.
If it had been an invasion, the Syrians may not have made it back to their own country.
Sometimes I wish I were younger and Jewish so I could go fight in the upcoming war with Iran.
Big deal. We have foreign nationals raising pot in our national forests and our government gives them food stamps.
"Could you imagine Hezbollah, the people who are conducting with Iran all these terror attacks around the world - could you imagine them having chemical weapons? It would be like al-Qaida having chemical weapons," he said. "It's something that is not acceptable to us, not acceptable to the United States and to any peaceable country in the world."
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