German publication questions Israel’s alleged attack on Syria after S-300 delivery | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


German publication questions Israel’s alleged attack on Syria after S-300 delivery

The Israeli claim about conducting military operations in Syria after the destruction of the Russian Il-20, which prompted the Russian military to deliver a modernized export version of its S-300 air defense system to Syria, don’t sound truthful, according to Germany’s Contra Magazine.

“Israel has insisted that the S-300s wouldn’t interfere with its ability to attack Syria, but in the space of over a month since then, not a single media report on such an attack has been made. However, on Monday, Israel said that it has attacked Syria since September 17, and did so coordinating with Russia,” the publication wrote.

“The claim,” according to Contra Magazin, “is obviously intended to strengthen Israel’s resolve to attack at will, especially after the lack of such attacks has raised many doubts.”

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