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INU - On 6th April, the United States launched strikes on an airbase in Syria in response to the cruel, evil and inhumane chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians just a few days previous. However, it would make much more of an impact if the United States were to go after Iran as this is where the Syrian regime’s support and instruction comes from.

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A Saudi writer has called Donald Trump’s strike on Syria, the end of Barack Obama’s ‘evil plan’.

Fahad Shoqiran, who founded the Riyadh philosophers group, wrote an op-ed for Al Arabiya applauded Trump for his decision to launch Tomahawk missiles at the Shayrat air base in Syria, in response to a chemical attack in a rebel-held city of Syria, at the beginning of April, which claimed the lives of 100 civilians.

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INU - On Sunday, ABC News reported upon the statement issued by the “joint command operation center of Syrian allies,” which is primarily composed of Iran and Russia, in response to last week’s US missile strike on the Syrian military’s Shayrat airfield.

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On Friday, the United States vowed to keep the pressure on Syria after its wave of missile strikes from USA ships, and despite possibly escalating Russian ill will.

Since the beginning of the country's six-year civil war the U.S. has not taken direct military action against the Assad regime. This strike was the first such action.

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INU - Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, spoke on Sunday about the US position regarding Iran and Russia. She said that nothing “is off the table” in terms of imposing harsher sanctions on the two countries.

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Horrifying images of the atrocious chemical attack staged by Bashar Assad were witnessed by the world this week. His Sukhoi 22 warplanes targeted the city of Khan Sheikhoon in Idlib Province, in Syria’s north, leaving at least 100 dead and more than 400 injured with symptoms similar to those caused by sarin gas. 

Women and children, and even the hospital where the victims were being treated were bombed, leaving the international community shocked, and a wave of international condemnations followed.

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