Report: Syria to permit Palestinians to attack from Golan

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May 7, 2013 14:10

 
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Following alleged Israeli air strikes on Syria over the weekend, Syrian authorities were planning to allow Palestinian resistance factions to work across the Syrian border of the Golan Heights to carry out attacks against Israel, Syrian daily Al Watan reported Monday.

According to the report, the initiative was due to be discussed in upcoming meetings between Syria and Palestinian faction leaders, said Khalid Abd al-Majid, secretary- general of the Palestinian Popular Struggle Front.

In light of recent developments, Syria had the "right and duty to respond using all available means," Majid was reported as saying.

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