Saturday, April 30, 2011

Hezbollah and Syria Debate Who Firsr to Hit Tel-Aviv

'In case' of war, Syria and Hezbullah have announced that they will compete to see who can hit Tel Aviv first.

If war breaks out between Israel, Syria, and Hezbollah, Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime will "play powerful cards" in south Lebanon and will not hesitate to respond, senior security officials in Syria said, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al Rai.

According to the officials, in case of war with Israel, Syria and Hezbollah will compete with each other over who will fire the first Scud or Fateh missile at Tel Aviv.

The Syrian officials also warned that the deteriorating security situation in Syria and damage to the country's stability may also have an effect on the situation in Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon.

I think that the IDF should let its pilots compete over whether Beirut or Damascus will be turned to rubble first. Heh.

Labels: Fateh 110, Hezbullah, scud missiles, Syria

posted by Carl in Jerusalem

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