BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:40 P.M.)  The spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said during a press conference on Thursday that Moscow rejects the implementation of Israeli law in the occupied Golan Heights region.

The Russian diplomat said that Israel should respect the U.N. resolutions that have been established on the Golan Heights.

Furthermore, Zakharova touched on the U.S.’ military presence inside Syria, which she called an ‘occupation’.

Zakharova said that the U.S.’ presence  is currently hampering the ongoing fight against terrorists inside of Syria.

The Russian diplomat also blamed the U.S. for the ongoing crisis at the Rukban Refugee Camp, adding that their occupation of the Tanf region is the main problem at this time.

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2018-12-13 15:46

And just the other day Israel was crying about UN resolutions and how they supposedly weren’t being enforced. Good old Israeli exceptionalism. POS criminal $hithole.
2018-12-13 14:19

respect for others is an alien word with zio perm h**l entities aka occupational residents of the blaze

2018-12-14 00:23
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Funny fact : it’s worst to live in ANY MENA country than to live in Israel : Israel s a 1st world country with a GDP/capita even slightly better than Japan/France/UK.
All other MENA countries SUX, at best they’re 2nd world, even if very rich since they’re ALL dictatorships.

2018-12-14 17:33
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

Israel is a welfare nation that can’t exist on its own…….. fun fact

Without theft from first world nations they are incapable of thought as two thousand years of zero creations has proven. I mean zero music arts or science. You are bragging about things that are done by others

2018-12-13 14:21

You’re illegally occupying Crimea, Ukraine. Pi$$ off, St. Petersburg.

2018-12-13 19:45
Reply to  Neverhadaname

And Abchazia, Transdnjistrie, parts of Ukraine, south Ossetia.

2018-12-14 00:26
Reply to  Dutchnational

Hehe, old Goebbels’ method that the Fakestinians even masterise best : accusing others of your own crimes 😉
Thus I let go for Crimea since Crimea was part of Russia before the USSR and was only linked to Ukrain in the 60’s when Krushev (who was Ukrainian) was the boss of the Soviet Union.