(Worthy News) – Intelligence Minister Elazar Stern said Tuesday that Syria cannot be allowed to obtain chemical weapons, a day after a report claimed that Israel targeted chemical weapons facilities in the country.
Stern refused to directly comment on the report in The Washington Post that Israel struck Syria on two occasions — once this year and once last year — in a bid to block the country’s attempts to rebuild its chemical weapons stockpile. But he hinted that Israel could not accept such weapons in the hands of its enemy to the north.
“We have a neighbor that has already proved that it doesn’t hesitate to use chemical weapons even against its own people,” Stern said. “[Syrian President Bashar] Assad must not have chemical weapons.” [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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