In an early morning airstrike, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) destroyed an Iranian weapons stockpile near the Damascus airport, destroying arms bound for Hezbollah and other terror groups.
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Israeli leaders, long worried about the disastrous effects should Syria’s bloody conflict spill over Israel’s borders, welcomed the U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian airfield.
American Ambassador Nikki Haley asked how long until the United Nations acts to stop Syria, while Israel blamed Syrian dictator Assad for the tragedy that weaponized banned chemical nerve agents.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin described yesterday's gas attack in Syria as a "stain on all humanity" and warned that "we know all too well how dangerous silence can be, and we cannot remain mute."
PM Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders responded to the horrific chemical warfare attack on Syrian civilians, while calling on the international community to take action.
A chemical attack in Syria has killed dozens and wounded scores more, with bombs also hitting a hospital treating the gassed victims.
Israel's ambassador to the United Nations struck back at Syria's criticism against Israeli airstrikes, calling out Syrian hypocrisy over retaliatory missile attacks.
The Jewish state has approved a historic plan to absorb children who are refugees from the Syrian civil war.
Even as his country's civil war continues to rage, Syria's president makes it clear that Israel is his greatest foe.
Despite recent skirmishes with the Islamic State, Israel faces many other threats on its northern border with Syria.