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Terror and Hypocrisy Exposed in Syria Strikes

Reports say 239 lawmakers issued a statement reiterating support for Syria’s government, which they said will eventually emerge victorious
Smoke rises from the Syrian Scientific Research Center which was attacked by US, British and French military strikes on April 15.Smoke rises from the Syrian Scientific Research Center which was attacked by US, British and French military strikes on April 15.

Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani on Sunday called the US-led attacks on Syria an "act of savagery" and a "charade", which will only reinforce the determination of the Arab nation to fight the terrorists.
The United States, France and Britain launched airstrikes against Syrian research, storage and military targets in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack by government forces a week earlier—a claim dismissed by Damascus and its allies Russia and Iran. 
Launched from warplanes and naval destroyers, the burst of missiles and bombs struck Syria shortly after 4 a.m. local time on Saturday, the New York Times reported. 
The strikes marked the second time that US President Donald Trump has attacked Syria. The White House had sought to create a response that would be more robust than the attack in April 2017, when the US fired 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at a Syrian air base.
 

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