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Damascus ready to hit Israeli soil with missiles in response to each Israeli raid  

Damascus ready to hit Israeli soil with missiles in response to each Israeli raid

16 December 2018

Does the recent visit of the Israeli military delegation to Moscow mark the end of the unfortunate “episode Il-20”? In describing as a success the visit of General Aharon Haliva, head of the Israeli army’s military operations, to Moscow, the Israeli press apparently tried to hide a new fear, that of seeing Russia play a monumental evil trick against Israel .

The shock to Russia and its army, the death of 15 Russian officers on September 17, which had been trained for the use of the most sophisticated communication and espionage systems, is not ready to fade. . Indeed, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai, “the Syrian army has changed the rules of the conflict with Israel, so that Damascus now promises retaliation against any attack from Tel Aviv.”

Al-Rai’s article quoted Syrian officials as saying that Damascus would have made the decision after Russia “radicalized” its position towards Israel, guilty of the death of the passengers of the Il-20, killed in September last year. wide of Latakia.

For Moscow, Tel Aviv is responsible for the destruction of the Russian military aircraft in Syrian airspace; that is why it is “perfectly logical for Moscow to take measures to ensure the safety of its soldiers present in Syria, including the delivery of S-300 anti-aircraft batteries to the Syrian air force”.

Al-Rai also emphasizes the countless Israeli air strikes launched against Syria since the beginning of the war and writes that Damascus, “thus exposed is under the blow of the raids of the Israeli army against its military bases is entitled, According to Moscow, in response, an Israeli attack on Damascus International Airport would now be retaliated by an attack by the Syrian army against Tel Aviv airport.

Indeed, Damascus has opted for the “retaliation” formula for any violation of its airspace by Tel Aviv causing the destruction of Syrian military potential or the death of Syrian foreign or military advisers; in other words, Syria will hit an airport in Israel in retaliation for any Israeli attack on one of its airports; it will do the same if one of its military bases is targeted, etc …

“After the Il-20 crash, Russia reported to Tel Aviv that Russian officers were present at all military bases in Syria, both those controlled by Syrian forces and those controlled by Iranian military advisers. She warned him that any Israeli attack against a Syrian target or Iranian military advisers will be considered an attack on Russian forces and that Russia will not let Tel Aviv overthrow its forces directly or indirectly, “he added. Al-Rai article.

Informed sources told the Kuwaiti newspaper that “Moscow and Damascus have agreed to retaliatory attacks against Israel’s raids as soon as Syrian military bases are targeted by Tel-Aviv”.

According to these sources, contrary to Israel’s claims, “Syria has high-precision, sophisticated missiles capable of hitting any target inside Israel.” Syrian forces have received medium and long-range missiles without warning. These missiles are powered by the space-borne satellite system of the Russian Federation (Glonass), which is the abbreviation of Globalnaya Navigazioniya Sputnikovaya Sistema, the Russian version of the GPS. would now be done although Israel claims to have destroyed the ballistic capability of Syria’s missiles. ”

Syria’s new rule of engagement, the source said, is that an airport will be struck if Israel strikes an airport, and any attack on a military site or a command and control center will be followed by an attack. against a similar target in Israel. The decision would have been taken at the highest level and a clear ‘goal bank’ has been established, the text continues. Syria would have a satellite-guided precision missile, the Russian news agency Sputnik reported in August. An image of a mobile system that was intended to launch this new weapon had been published on Twitter.

All in all, the rules of the game are now changing for Israel and hence for its allies on the basis of the principle often used and abused by the Tel Aviv regime: “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth”.

 

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