Netanyahu” We are already moving to prevent an Iranian military foothold in Syria

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told reporters Monday evening, after his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow: ”Israel will not tolerate Iranian high-precision missiles [in Lebanon and Syria], and if need be, we will strike them in Lebanon.” As for an Iranian foothold in Syria, Netanyahu said that Israel is at a crossroads: “Is Iran establishing a military presence there or is this process being cut short? I said to Putin that if it is not, it will be up to us to do this. In actual fact, we are already taking action in this regard.”

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5 thoughts on “Netanyahu” We are already moving to prevent an Iranian military foothold in Syria

  • Jan 30, 2018 @ 2:16 at 2:16
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    Well, whatever you have done has not worked so far. Now, they are intercepting gliding bombs and cruise missiles. Time is not on your side Netan

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    • Jan 30, 2018 @ 8:47 at 8:47
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      Yes so far talk threats and hot air.
      Really no one believes anyone ,be it US or Israel can do anything about it.

      One needs a land invasion to take on Iran and it’s allies and doubt any country dare to do that .
      Even you do that will be defeated

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      • Jan 31, 2018 @ 3:15 at 3:15
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        Israel has already blown up Iranian storage sights in Syria and Lebanon and that will continue and without Russian interference. Israel now has F35’s equipped with advanced avionics. There is no way that the Syrians or Iranians can cope with that. Iran’s interference in other countries will eventually be their tar pit. The politics of the Middle East will not change until there are major political changes and a more educated and secular population which will take quite a while.

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  • Jan 30, 2018 @ 3:43 at 3:43
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    Net-un-yahoo who took up with s****y s*c*nds, Sarah Ben-Artzi, ffs. And now?

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