U.S. Attack On Syria To Begin On Saturday: Assad Can't Hide Behind Russia
31 August 2013
By Markaz Kavkaz
A reporter with "Israel's" most widely read newspaper
has been told by defense establishment officials that
a US-led attack on Syria will allegedly begin on
Saturday, when the UN inspectors leave Syria, and end
when Obama meets Putin on Wednesday, reports InfoWar.
British and American military might is now fully in
place and prepared for strikes which experts say will
take the form of Tomahawk land-attack cruise missiles
fired from warships or submarines.
Mizroch also highlights remarks made by former Mossad
director Danny Yatom, who says that the apparent delay
on green lighting military strikes is only so Bashar
Al-Assad can't use the UN inspectors as human shields.
Mizroch was also told that "Israel" sent Assad a
message via Russia threatening that if Syria attempts
to attack Israel, Damascus will be targeted and
Assad's regime will be toppled. Recall that the US has
officially stated that they don't want to overthrow
Assad but only intend to "send a clear message to
Meanwhile, Tel Aviv's threat was made despite attempts
by Gulf nations to secure a promise from "Israel" that
it would act with restraint if Syria attempts
retaliatory strikes against "Israel" in response to a
"Israel" replied that it would act with restraint, but
only if aggression against it "did not exceed
AMERICA: Assad Can't Hide Behind
America's foreign ministry spokesman Harf said that
Russia's resistance over a UN security council
resolution on Syria was not acceptable.
"We do not believe the Syrian regime should be able to
hide behind Russia's continued blocking of action on
Syria at the UN", Harf told reporters at a press
conference in Washington.
"We will make our decision for an appropriate action
going forward", she threatened, pointing out that
democratic "international community" does not see any
movement forward because of Russian opposition to any
meaningful UN security council's action on Syria.
Meanwhile, America and its western allies are
preparing for a possible military strike against Syria
in retaliation for the use of chemical weapons by
Assad against civilians.
In turn, English sources report that London presented
to five permanent members of the UN sec council a
draft resolution authorizing "all necessary measures
to protect civilians" in Syria. In other words, it
wants to get approval for a strike on Syria.
The text of the draft resolution allows the use of
military force against Syria as, according to
England's text, it is "unacceptable" to use chemical
weapons in Syria.
London explained that its prime minister has not yet
decided what kind of actions England might take, but
added that they would be "legitimate and specific."
England's foreign minister Hague told reporters that
democratic international community should take action
against the Syrian regime, even if the UN consensus is
Meanwhile, world democracy papers continued to report
on the concentration of American and allies' naval
ships off the coast of Syria. Some American papers
even said that strikes on targets in Syria would be
carried out on the night from Thursday to Friday.