Israel says will act to prevent S-300 missile systems from becoming operational? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Moshe - Haifa, Israel
    • 29.05.13 | 20:00 (IDT)

    Amidror, Israel has no right to tell Syria or any other country if they can or can not have a missile system. Israel has missile systems and therefor so can any other country in the region. Although you and the rest of the Israeli government members think that Israel is the landlord of the Middle East, it is not and Israel has no right to dictate what other countries can have or not have. We Israelis who truely want peace pray the Israel will not get involved in the internal affairs of Syria because this could bring about a huge dissaster on us all, a dissaster that Israel may never be able to get out of. So put aside your war hungry thoughts and leave Syria to deal with it's own internal affairs.

    from the article: Israel says will act to prevent S-300 missile systems from becoming operational
    First published 19:36 29.05.13 | Last updated 19:36 29.05.13
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