Russian Mig Buzzes Israel After Attack on Syria

Written by DEBKA

Russia slams Israeli attack on Syria. US forces in Jordan on alert


Jan 31, 2013

The Syrian announcement of an Israeli air strike on a military site near Damascus Wednesday, Jan. 30, drew strong condemnation from Moscow the next day: “Such action if confirmed would amount to unacceptable military interference in the war-ravaged country,” said the statement issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry Thursday. “If this information is confirmed, then we are dealing with unprovoked attacks on targets on the territory of a sovereign country, which blatantly violate the UN Charter and is unacceptable, no matter the motives to justify it.”

Israel has made no comment on the Damascus statement which described in detail an Israeli air strike against a “military research institute” near the capital. Witnesses say it was a plant for manufacturing “unconventional weapons.” The facility was destroyed and two staff members killed.

Lebanese sources later reported a Russian Mig-31 fighter had crossed over Sinai Wednesday in the direction of Israel. It veered west over the Mediterranean after encountering an Israeli warning not to intrude into its air space and continued flying over Lebanon.

DEBKAfile’s military sources say that the only external military force in the eastern Mediterranean region is a fleet of 18 Russian warships, which includes landing-craft – among the largest in the Russian Navy – with 2,000 marines aboard.

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One thought on “Russian Mig Buzzes Israel After Attack on Syria

  1. Oh, OI VEY OI MOY.. 😀 …A Mig-31 ?…It’s getting hot & mean ..LOL…Well, my expectations were that Syria will retaliate back to Israel either late this week or as early as next.
    It seams like the Russians are ready to tickle/tingle the A$$ES of these ZIONISTS FANATICS & PSYCHOPATHS sooner if they don’t restrain inside theirs borders….L.M.A.O. 😀 😀


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