Assad threatening to attack U.S. backed forces in Syria

Lucy Bush
May 31, 2018

US National Security Adviser John Bolton will reportedly meet with his Israeli counterpart, Meir Ben-Shabat, in Washington on Tuesday to discuss a joint approach to Iran.

US President Donald Trump and other Western leaders ordered missile strikes in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in the rebel held enclave of Douma, in Eastern Ghouta.

Whenever the Zionist regime of Israel fails to harm Syria via its proxies and mercenaries, it resorts to direct military engagement in Syria, he added.

The two nations have been engaged in a series of heated battles on the border with Syria as Iranian troops fired several rocket salvos at Israeli military targets in the Golan Heights.

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Netanyahu said he urged the USA to include a clause that would ensure Iranian forces were expelled from Syria completely. According to Channel 10, the meeting appeared to prioritize discussions on the delicately-balanced situation in Syria and the Iranian threat.

To protect the sovereignty of Syria, Assad vowed to "improve our air defense, this is the only thing we can do, and we are doing that".

In a tweet the U.S. leader condemned a "mindless chemical attack" in Syria that killed women and children, called Syrian President an "animal" and delivered a rare personal criticism of Russian President Vladimir Putin for supporting the Damascus government.

According to the report, Israel's Defense Ministry underlined Israel's view that the Iranian presence should be entirely eradicated from Syria, not only militarily and not only from the southern part of the country, but also from an economic standpoint as well.

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Iran-backed militias including Lebanon's Hezbollah have played a big role in support of Assad during the conflict.

Syrian President Bashar Assad is threatening to attack a region held by US -backed Kurdish fighters in northeastern Syria if talks fail to bring the area back under Damascus' authority. He also referred to the agreement reached between Russian Federation, the USA and Jordan on the de-escalation zone that would see "all non-Syrian forces.withdrawn from the area".

Over the past year, Israel has been pledging Russian Federation and the U.S.to prevent Iran from establishing a military presence in Syria, where Iranian forces are fighting alongside Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's army. "The first one: we started now opening doors for negotiations". "It's our land, it's our right and it's our duty to liberate it, and the Americans should leave".

On April 9, an Israeli airstrike against the T-4 airbase in Syria's Homs Province killed more than a dozen people, including seven Iranian military advisors.

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Assad has hailed Russian leader Vladimir Putin for preventing a full-blown war ahead of US-led bombing attacks on suspected chemical weapons facilities across Syria.

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