Syria prepares its missiles to confront Netanyahu's recklessness in the next battle
18:16 - 10/03/2019
A report for the site Global Riceirj, Sunday that Syria and its allies are preparing rockets for the next battle with the Zionist entity if Tel Aviv decided to open fire on a large military sites under the control of the Syrian army.
According to informed sources, "The direction of this war depends on the outcome of the upcoming Zionist elections if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu estimated that he has a chance high enough to win a second term, he will not enter any time soon in the face of "If Netanyahu believes that he will lose the next election, the possibility of starting a battle becomes very high."
He added that "to wage a major battle between the Zionist entity on the one hand and Syria and Iran on the other will be very sufficient to postpone the elections within the Zionist entity, as Netanyahu does not have many options, either to win the election and postpone the case of the Court of Corruption against him or lose the election and go to prison "He said.
He added that "the US military command in Europe recently sent military aircraft, along with 200 US troops, in addition to the deployment of missile defense systems anti-ballistic missiles that will be deployed in southern Israel, where it is said that the official reason for the deployment of this modern and sophisticated system is to prepare for Joint exercises between the Zionists and the United States. "
He continued that "the United States does not trust the Zionist regime, and therefore was deployed Thad system to track any missiles fired by the Syrian or Iranian forces deployed in Syria as promised in the event of a battle and raised by Netanyahu."
The report stressed that "both Syria and Iran promised immediate response if the Zionist entity bombed any important military positions in those countries and that is why the United States decided to participate in this confrontation, convinced that any future battle will be devastating to all parties."
The report pointed out that "the visit of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Tehran made it clear to all those involved in the Syrian war, especially the European Union and the United States that Damascus will not ask Iran to withdraw from Syria to appease third parties or in return for reconstruction or normalization with the Gulf States."