|A newspaper warns of the danger of electronic war may be launched by Russia in retaliation for the bombing of Syria|
The editorial of the newspaper "Daily Telegraph" British, on Tuesday, entitled "Air raids and the national interest," warning of the danger of electronic warfare in Russia in retaliation for the bombing of Syria .
The raids were successful in that they achieved their target without the involvement of the three countries that carried out in the broader military operations, but remains the threat of electronic warfare that could be launched by Russia in retaliation, according to the editorial
"There is a question about the success of these raids in reducing the ability of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to use gas weapons against its citizens, which is difficult to predict as long as the Russians and Syrians hamper the arrival of international inspectors to search for chemical weapons,
At the political level, British Prime Minister Teresa Mae justified the participation in the raids as a national interest on the ground of "human rights" and seemed convincing as she spoke in the House of Commons about the reasons for participating in the campaign and not consulting the parliament before taking the job.
As for the pending UN resolution proposed by British opposition leader Jeremy Corbin, it means allowing Russia to veto.