Publicado: Sáb, Abril 14, 2018
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Hezbollah rules out Syria unravelling into wider war

Hezbollah rules out Syria unravelling into wider war

Hassan Nasrallah said on Friday from the Lebanese capital, Beirut, that Israel has placed itself in direct combat with Iran, referring to missile attacks that targeted military sites in Syria on April 9.

"This is the first time in 7 years the Israelis have deliberately killed Iranian revolutionary guards in the airport", Nassrallah said.

Russian Federation is a major backer of the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country's civil war, and strongly opposes the US claim that Syrian government forces attacked a rebel-held town near Damascus on Saturday with chemical weapons.

Participants in the meeting also agreed that the threats by some western countries to attack Syrian territory on "the basis of lies and inventions" came after the liberation of the region of East Ghouta.

Israel is believed to have carried out numerous raids inside Syria since 2013 but it rarely admits to them publicly.

With every advance made by Syrian government forces against the foreign-backed Takfiri militants, he said, accusations of using chemical weapons rise.

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Russian, Iranian and Hezbollah fighters have a presence at the base, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

"Trump and his administration and intelligence as well as the entire world must know that all these tweets and Hollywoodish threats have not scared and will not scare Syria, Iran, Russia, the resistance movements or the region's people", the Hizbullah leader stressed.

According to the sources, the specific response being considered in the event of USA military action against Syria is Japan's "support for the US resolve to fulfill its responsibility to prevent the use of chemical weapons".

The attack at the airbase, located 40km west of Palmyra, killed about 14 people, at least four of whom were Iranians from Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps - a separate force from Iran's army that answers only to the country's supreme leader.

He added: "We condemn the use of chemical weapons, which is a war crime, but what happened in Douma was a farce".

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