Pushing back the red line on Syria
President Assad crossed the red line on using chemical weapons, but as long as he does not lose them or use them again, Israel and the U.S. are hesitant to go ahead with an attack.
The fear of the Syrian Army using chemical weapons has moved to the level of operative decisions. With Israel and the United States in agreement that Syrian President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons at least twice and even able to identify the chemical used – sarin – there is pressure to respond to the crossing of the red line. And it's not just the U.S. feeling the heat. Israel finds itself in the...
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