The Zionist regime is very affraid of a military retalition from Syria or Lebanese Islamic Resistance Hizbullah in response to Israel’s two unprovoked airstrikes over Damascus early this month. The Zionist regime has called upon its American Hasbara media to blackmail its adversaries in Syria and Lebanon.

On May, 15, the New York Times’ White House Jewish correspondent Mark Aurel Landler quoted a senior official of Netanyahu regime, as saying: “Israel has so far refrained from intervening in Syria’s civil war and will maintain this policy as long as Assad refrains from attacking Israel directly or indirectly. If Syrian President Assad reacts by attacking Israel, or tries to strike Israel through his terrorist proxies, he will risk forfeiting his regime, for Israel will retaliate“.

The NYT story came at the heel of Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah’s statement that Hizbullah is ready to receive any game-changing weapons the Syrian government offer, stressing that Hizbullah stands by the side of Syrian popular resistance until liberating the occupied Golan Heights.

The NYT has a history of pathetic reporting when it comes to occupied Palestine and the Muslim world at large.

Israel has a long history of interfering in its neighboring countries, such as, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Iran. Jewish army invaded Lebanon three times and kept South Lebanon under its occupation for 20 years until it was forced by Hizbullah to withdraw in 2000. Then the Jewish army invaded Lebanon in 2006, but received an humilating defeat at the hands of Hizbullah resistance fighters.

In 1981, eight F-16s under the protection of six F-15 Israeli jets (all donated by Washington) bombed and destroyed a nuclear facility under construction at Osirak near Baghdad. In 2003, Israeli agents convinced Bush administration to invade and occupy Iraq for Israel over Baghdad’s non-existent WMDs.

Successive Zionist regimes have been trying to install an Israeli-puppet regime in Baghdad for decades.

In 2007, Israeli jets attacked Syria’s al-Kibar nuclear research facility. Early this month, Israel carried two unprovoked airstrikes over Damascus airport. Some analysts even believe that Israel used a US-supplied nuclear bunker buster bomb in the recent airstrikes. Several such bombs were given to Israel by the Bush administration, to be used against Iran’s underground nuclear facilities.

For over two years, the US-Israel-Saudi Axis of Evil have been trying desperately to install an anti-Resistance regime in Baghdad. Syrian president Bashar Assad has kept his father’s (Hafiz Assad) policy of “no war with Israel” so far. However, lately, he has joined Iran’s led Hizbullah-Hamas-Syria-Iraqi Axis of Resistance against the Zionist entity.

Spencer Ackerman, a Zionist Jewish journalist wrote in the WIRED Danger Room, on May 2, 2013 that even Obama’s arms supply to Syrian rebel would not succeed in bringing Assad regime down. He also quoted Christopher Harmer, a former US Navy officer and analyst with the Institute for the Study of War, a pro-Israel think tank, saying: “The Syrian regime is not collapsing, nor is it on the verge of collapse. Everyone has been saying that for about 18 months. It has contracted, and may be forced to contract further; as long as they have control of their chemical weapons, I don’t think there is a collapse scenario.”

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