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Syrian refugees with
their luggage check in for
a flight to Germany for
temporary relocation, at
Rafik Hariri International
Airport in Beirut,
Lebanon, yesterday. A
group of 107 refugees
are the first to be
relocated under a
German programme to
give up to 5,000 highly
refugees temporary new
homes. AP PHOTO
FLIGHT TO GERMANY
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said
yesterday that the international community must
ensure Syria is stripped of its chemical weapons
as a lesson to its ally Iran.
Any impression of Syria getting away with its use
of such arms would be taken as encouragement by
Iran, which Israel and the West accuse of seeking to
develop a nuclear arsenal, he said.
"Now it must be ensured that the Syrian regime
will be disarmed of its chemical weapons and the
world needs to make certain that those who use
weapons of mass destruction will pay the price for
it," Netanyahu said in remarks broadcast on army
"The message that Syria receives will be received
in Iran," he said at a naval officers graduation cer-
He did not elaborate, but earlier President Shimon
Peres warned Washington would take military action
against Syria should it fail to destroy its chemical
stockpile in line with a Russian proposal.
"If Syria is honest and will take real steps to remove
and destroy the chemical weapons in its territory,
the US will not attack," Peres said in a statement.
But "if there will be a crack in Syria s integrity, I
have no doubt that the US will act militarily," he
Later, speaking at the same event as Netanyahu,
Peres poured more doubt on Syria s motives.
"Assad cannot be trusted to honour the agreement,"
his office quoted him as saying.
"Assad knows that any harm to Israel will cost
him and we have proven our ability to defend ourselves
from war," he added.
"We have the ability to overcome terror. Terror
today is like a boomerang---it harms those who use
it more than it harms its targets."
On Tuesday, US President Barack Obama postponed
his threat to strike Syria, after President Bashar al-
Assad s regime welcomed a Russian proposal to gather
and destroy its chemical arsenal.
But he said it was too early to say if the Russian
plan would succeed.
Syria demands the return of the Golan Heights
which Israel, the Middle East s sole if undeclared
nuclear power, seized in the 1967 Six-Day War and
later annexed. (AP)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at
a graduation ceremony of navy officers in the
northern port city of Haifa, Israel, yesterday.
Syria will be
heard in Iran
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