Israel to Syria: When Logic Fails, "Bombs Away"!!
Barry ORegan | April 27, 2008 at 08:06 amby
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Last years bombing of a suspected Nuclear facility in Syria by Israeli Forceshas brought a rebuttal by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who stated in the media against Israels faulty intelligence that their Military Facility was non nuclear and that for Syria to build one, would make no sense.
Israel's paranoia in "Us against the World" may have gotten the best of Israel. Though Syrian President makes sense in his Logic in that Syria was not or never intended to build a Nuclear Weapons Facility, having North Korea help you build anything smacks of suspicion. Especially since North Korea, who, on more than one occasion have stated to the world with threats, that they are a Nuclear Power. One can be certain this may have attributed to Israeli paranoia in aerial bombing of this facility on Syrian Soil.
Perhaps Syria should take a second look at their friendship with Dwarf Nutjobs in Chunky Elevator Lift "Disco shoes", whose penchant for Roy Orbison "Bouffant Hairstyles", "Video Porn and Cognac" while starving his people speaks volumes in assuming Syria's "Guilt by Association". Then and only Then, will the World including Israel give Syria the benefit of the doubt next time they build anything remotely resembling even a Sundeck, let alone a Military Installation.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The Syrian site Israel bombed inSeptember was not part of a nuclear weapons program, but was amilitary facility under construction, President Bashar al-Assadsaid in remarks published on Sunday.Last week, Washington released intelligence alleging Syria had built a nuclear reactor with North Korean help before an Israeli air strike destroyed the facility on September 6.
"Is it logical? A nuclear site did not have protection with surface to air defenses?
A nuclear site within the footprint of satellites in the middle of Syria in an open area in the desert?"
Assad asked Qatar's al-Watan newspaper in an interview conducted before the U.S. accusations were made.
At that stage, he was commenting on media reports that said the target was a nuclear site.
"The truth is that the raid was at a military site under construction," Assad said in the interview.
"We are against mass destruction weapons for Israel, Iran or others."Assad said it was illogical for Syria to seek a nuclear bomb. "Where would we use it? On Israel it would kill the Palestinians. I do not see this as logical."