Iran Joins Russia To Pledge Against U.S.
Putin Meets Rouhani | Photo Credit Zuma Press There may be further attacks due to the “Thin Red Line” attacks in Syria. Russia and Iran have pledged to hit back against any addition Syrian attacks from the United States, after Trump took out various Syrian chemical weapon facilities. Trump sent 60 tomahawk missiles to take out the various plants that were storing illegal, chemical weapons.
The command center for these groups joined to say they would “respond to future beaches of red lines with force.” The group also added they would “respond to any aggression” from the United States. It’s unlikely any additional attacks on Syria were ever planned, seeing as these first attacks were only meant to eradicate the ability to use chemical weapons.
Syria Attack | Photo Credit Fox News
The Sun reports:
“In a phone call with Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, Rouhani told him: “Allegations that Syria launched the chemical attack were just a pretext to disrupt the Syrian peace process.” However, the evidence that the Assad regime carried out the horrific chemical attack is nearly overwhelming.
“Autopsies confirmed there were chemical agents used in the bombing, which witnesses said was carried out by Syrian aircraft. The international community has also backed President Trump’s decision to retaliate with an air strike.”
Iran Wants America To Regret Attacks
Sample Tomahawk | Photo Credit YouTube
According to the Daily Mail:
“Iran has called on Syria to ‘make Americans regret their attack’ after Russia warned Donald Trump there will be a military response if the US strikes at Assad again. President Hassan Rouhani accused the US of not acting ‘within international frameworks’ before condemning America’s surprise bombardment of a Syrian airbase. It comes after both Russian and Iranian forces warned Trump they would retaliate with military action if the US President launched more strikes against Bashar al-Assad’s forces.
“Rouhani said: ‘Americans have never acted within international frameworks, and one instance is the sanctions they impose against Iran, unreasonably considering themselves as the world’s leader. ‘The Syrian people and army must give a response (to the US) that makes Americans regret their attack.’ “