Israel was spinning " blame Iran" for the rockets their Islamic buddies surely fired into occupied Syria, while striking nothing.
From the NYT's:
Israel blamed Iran for the rocket fire on Thursday, and it sought to use the exchange, the most serious in the area in months, as further evidence that the United States Congress should reject the nuclear deal reached last month between world powers and Iran.Cause Israel never wants peace. Peace does not serve Israeli interests.
After the airstrike, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel had “no intention of escalating events, but our policy remains unchanged.”
“Those countries that hasten to embrace Iran must realize that it was an Iranian commander who provided protection and direction for the cell that shot at Israel,” he said.
Netanyahu can certainly lie easily. This false flag serves Israeli interests and Israeli interests ONLY.Dore Gold, the director general of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, said in a telephone interview that “it is untenable that Iran can argue it is in a diplomatic process in the West, while its forces continue to wage wars of subversion and terror across the Middle East.”“Iran derives legitimacy from the nuclear agreement,” Mr. Gold said. “There’s a problem here: almost like an inconsistency between Iran’s stated position of being a diplomatic partner and the continuing warfare.”
This news was on Fars earlier today
The Israeli Air Force resumed airstrikes on Western Syria, targeting Brigade 68 Base in Khan Al-Sheih in Damascus province and Brigade 90 Base in the al-Quneitra province after a six hour halt in attacks that followed their multiple air raids over the Golan Heights.Background regarding Israel's beneficial false flag scam:
The Brigade 68 Base has no heavy weaponry that can reach Israel’s borders and the soldiers inside its parameters have been under siege by the al-Qaeda-linked group of al-Nusra Front and their allies from Ajnad al-Sham and Jeish al-Islam.According to a military source in Damascus, the Israeli aircrafts were identified as helicopters that crossed into the Syrian Golan Heights before midnight on Thursday night.As of now, no casualties have confirmed by the Syrian Armed Forces; however, these recent airstrikes are believed to have been more intense that the previous round of attacks launched by the Israeli air force.