Israel examining option of bringing in children injured in Syrian chemical attack

The Israeli Security Cabinet discussed the possibility of bringing in children who were injured in Assad's chemical attack in Idlib, where 150 people were killed and hundreds were injured. No official decision has yet been made.
Evacuating victims of chemical attack Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 News

Yesterday (Sunday), the Israeli Security Cabinet discussed the possibility of bringing in children who were injured in Syria’s chemical attack to receive treatment. At the moment, no official decision has yet been made and it is unclear how the move will take place. Approximately 150 people were killed and hundreds were injured in the chemical attack.

Meanwhile, the diplomatic battles between the US and Russia continue. Despite the criticism from Moscow, U.S. President Donald Trump told Congress on Saturday night that America is prepared to take further military action in Syria if necessary.

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In a letter addressed to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senator Orrin Hatch, Trump explained his decision to launch a missile strike targeting a Syrian airbase: “I acted in the vital national security and foreign policy interests of the United States.” Trump clarified that he acted in accordance with his “constitutional authority to conduct foreign relations and as Commander in Chief and Chief Executive.”

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