BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:30 P.M.) – During his weekly cabinet meeting, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the U.S. decision to withdrawal their forces from Syria will not change his nation’s policy in regards to fighting Hezbollah and Iran in the region.

“The decision to withdraw 2,000 U.S. troops from Syria will not change our consistent policy: We will continue to act against Iran’s attempts to entrench itself militarily in Syria, and to the extent necessary, we will even expand our actions there.” Netanyahu stated, as quoted by the Haaretz online publication.

However, Netanyahu assured those attending his cabinet meeting that Israel will continue to work with the U.S. in the region.

“I would like to reassure those who are concerned. Our cooperation with the US will continue in full and finds expression in many areas: Operations, intelligence and many other security spheres,” Netanyahu added.

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Warmonger Jews 🐕 Nethanyahoo 🔗 Massacre 📣 Hobby is not for SYRIA 🗡️ IRAQ 📣 poor Palestinian territories 🕯️ Israel doing Genocide ☢️ in Syria ⚔️ Iraq and Palestine ⚔️ jews 📣 Evacuate ☢️ Palestine ⚔️

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He seems a bit upset all the same. Them S’300 s are ready.

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Laura Green

If he won’t stop , than he will be stopped .

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Enough of war mongering. Neither Iranians nor the Israeli citizens want any war with each other and want to live their own lives peacefully. If the political leadership from both sides wants war then put them in a dark room and lock them inside. Iranians too are under a lot of economic hardship due to the economic blockage & sanctions imposed on it. Saber ratting by few Mullahs need not be taken seriously. You can laugh it off like Christmas Santa Clause.

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Long Live Syria

Enough of war mongering. Neither Iranians nor the Israeli citizens want any war with each other and want to live their own lives peacefully. If the political leadership from both sides wants war then put them in a dark room and lock them inside.

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Long Live Syria

Iranians too are under a lot of economic hardship due to the economic blockage & sanctions imposed on it. Saber ratting by few Mullahs need not be taken seriously. You can laugh it off like Christmas Santa Clause.

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Long Live Syria

Iranians too are under a lot of economic hardship due to the economic blockage & sanctions imposed on it. Saber ratting by few Mu llahs need not be taken seriously. You can laugh it off like Santa.