|The Zionist threats to Syria and Hezbollah continue in parallel with the growing concern of the consequences of the claimed transfer of sophisticated arms to Hezbollah, especially anti-aircraft weapons, which sources inside the Zionist entity described as a tool to break the balance of power.|
“We’ve said that and we meant what we said. We’re monitoring what is going on in Syria. We reject the possibility of transferring advanced weapons to Hezbollah. This is not acceptable,” the Zionist defense minister Ehud Barak said.
Zionist observers however, reveal daily intensive meetings of their leadership and high level of alert among the occupation army, particularly among the air force ranks, in order to follow up any development may occur on the Syrian front.
For his part, speaking in an interview with Fox News, the Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that the entity of occupation was “ready to act” in Syria to seize the nation’s chemical weapons, reflecting similar comments made by Barak late last week.
Netanyahu defended the potential invasion of Syria, claiming that it might be needed to keep the weapons from being transferred to Hezbollah, saying it was “not acceptable” to any nation in the world for Hezbollah to get the weapons, especially after the Lebanese resistance defeated the entity of occupation during the July 2006 war.
The Zionist entity has been keeping a close eye on the situation in Syria, fearing that the Syrian regime may deliver advanced arsenal to Hezbollah to aid him in resisting the Zionist threats and violations.
Worthy to mention that the authority of occupation has sent a letter of protest to the United Nations Security Council after 500 Syrian soldiers entered the dematerialized zone in Golan, even though the entrance was declared to be in the framework of chasing armed gangs in the area.
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