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Syria condemns UN silence on Israeli attacks

Syria condemns UN silence on Israeli attacks

Damascus, Jul 23 (Prensa Latina) Israel's continuous attacks against Syria could have been prevented if it were not for the silence by the Security Council and the security offered by the United States to the aggressor, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this nation denounced on Friday.
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The Israeli occupation authorities persist in their terrorism in the region because they trust that they will not give an explanation for their countless crimes due to the protection by successive US administrations and some Western countries, the Foreign Ministry affirmed in a statement.

According to the text, that shameful silence makes some members of the international community accomplices in those criminal actions that have recently intensified in parallel with an escalation of attacks by terrorist groups, such as Daesh and al-Nousra Front, registered in the list of international terrorism.

These actions by the terrorists, from the Israeli aggressor and the occupation forces of the United States and Turkey, respond to a single conspiratorial strategy against Syria due to their firm positions in the fight against that scourge and their instruments in the region, the Ministry stated.

Israel carried out two missile attacks against positions in northern and central Syria this week, causing material losses.

Twenty Zionist bombings have been already perpetrated against Syria in 2021, while they exceeded 100 in 2020.

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