U.S. President Barack Obama discussed the possibility of striking Syrian Arab Army installations on Friday during a meeting with his National Security Council (NSC) in Washington D.C.
According to a report from Reuters, the Obama regime is considering the increase in U.S. involvement in Syria, using different methods to attack the Syrian government, including airstrikes on military, radar, anti-aircraft bases, as well as arms deports.
The U.S. is also mulling over a covert military operation that would evade approval from the United Nations Security
Another possible scenario is the increase in military aid to “moderate” rebel groups; however, several concerns have arised over the possibility of these arms getting into the hands of jihadists.
However, U.S. airstrikes against the Syrian Army are very unlikely because it would run the risk of direct confrontation with Russia.