DLF, One can only hope there would be some sense of proportion; i.e., a measured response by Israel to any Syrian attack on Dimona. The greatest horror in the raft of horrors that is modern warfare, I think, is its "totality": wherein civilians become participants, whether they wish to or not. The Blitz on London, the fire-bombing of Dresden, the utter annihilation of two Japanese cities by A-bombs, the napalming of half of Viet-Nam - it seemingly only gets worse. I pray the Israelis do everything humanely possible not to injure or kill Syrian innocents in any counter-attack. May there be "stone left upon stone" in the houses of the humble shopkeepers and tradesmen of Damascus. Kind regards.
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from the article: Syrian MP hints Damascus could strike Dimona reactor if attacked