The Kuwaiti publication Al Jarida quoted “a senior source in Jerusalem” who said on Wednesday that Israeli fighter aircraft two days ago bombed a truck carrying missiles along the Lebanon-Syria border.
The truck was en route to the Lebanese, Shiite terror organization Hezbollah. The report is yet to be confirmed by other sources.
In a discussion yesterday, Israeli Minister of Defense Moshe Ya’alon said that “we are monitoring the handling of the Syrian regime and what is being referred to as the dismantling of the chemical weapons – a process already accompanied by global supervision. As of now, the regime is meeting its obligations. However, the true test will be the end result. Will it eventually attempt to conceal or keep some sort of capability, or will it really dismantle everything? Only time will tell.
“On the matter of activity in Syria in general, we are still keeping our red lines. We will not allow the transfer of qualitative weapons from Syria to terrorist organizations, with emphasis on Hezbollah. We will not allow the transfer of chemical weapons to any hostile entity, and of course we will not allow the violation of our sovereignty in the Golan Heights. There has yet to be any attempt with regards to the chemical issue so far, and with the other things, every such attempt was met with our activity.”
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