The Zionist air strikes on Syria may endanger the occupation entity and must be reconsidered, a conclusion drawn by a number of Israeli analysts who asserted that the Syrian response during any upcoming operation might be stronger.
Despite the Zionist officials’ escalatory statements in comment on Syria striking response to the Israeli air raids on Palmyra in Homs countryside, the analysts added that the Syrian military capabilities may inflict heavier losses on the Zionist jets.
The Zionist circles also highlighted the Russian action of summoning the Zionist ambassador to inform him about Moscow’s stance which criticizes and rejects the Israeli aerial attack, stressing that this means Russia is clearly against any Zionist escalation in Syria.
Maariv newspaper also noted that the Zionist air strikes on Syria may lead a harsher consequences as the events may go off course, calling on the usurping entity’s authorities to be cautious about such actions.
The Israeli analysts pointed out that Syria President Bashar Assad is directly supported by Hezbollah, Iran and Russia and feels that he can intensify the confrontation with the Zionist entity.
Syria’s army said Friday it shot down an Israeli plane that had been carrying out pre-dawn raids on a military target near Palmyra.
“Four Israeli planes penetrated our air space at 2:40 am (0040 GMT) via Lebanese territory and hit a military target on the way to Palmyra,” the army said in a statement carried by state news agency SANA.
Source: Al-Manar Website
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