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Syria Warns Israel: One more attack and we fire missiles at Ben Gurion Airport

 Thursday, 01 February 2018 21:27



President Bashar Assad of Syria has warned Israel that if they launch one more attack against anything in Syria, the Syrian government will order a missile attack upon Ben Gurion Airport.

This is a fast-developing story. Please check back for updates. . 




Earlier today Syrian media reported that Israel targeted several positions belonging to an Islamic State group affiliate in southern Syrian.

The alleged airstrikes were said to have taken place during an offensive by rebel groups against the Islamic State-affiliated group, known as the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, in the area around the city of Daraa.  Thus, it appears that Israel is actually PROTECTING ISIS.

Additional Syrian opposition outlets specified that four surface-to-surface missiles were launched at Khalid ibn al-Walid Army positions.

This could not be immediately verified.

The Israeli military does not comment on reports of its alleged activities in Syria.

  Syria's President explicitly warned Israel against _any_ further attacks and has directly threatened to fire long-range missiles at Ben Gurion Airport if further Israeli attacks take place.


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