'If Assad reacts to alleged strike, Israel will retaliate'

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May 15, 2013 19:33

 
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If Syrian President Bashar Assad reacts to alleged Israeli strikes in his country, he risks forfeiting his regime, because Israel will retaliate, an Israeli official told the New York Times on Wednesday.

The New York Times took the senior official's comments as a possible warning of a future Israeli strike in Syria.

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