Syrian Ambassador to Lebanon: Iranian Strike Decisive, Daesh Became Weaker
Syrian Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdul Karim Ali commented on the Iranian strike against Daesh [the Arabic acronym for the Takfiri ‘ISIS/ISIL' group] in Syria's Deir ez-Zour, noting that Daesh's fangs have become weaker and its morale is deteriorating."
In an interview with al-Ahed News website, Ali said the results of the Iranian strike are crucial and should be read by those who try to deal with terrorism as a game or as an investment scheme, especially under the Syrian Army and its allies' progress in Syria and the Iraqi Army and the Popular Mobilization's victories in Iraq."
The Syrian Ambassador further stressed that the strike proved that the language of futility led by the so-called US "international coalition" is faced by a clear and decisive language by all those participating in confronting the real terrorism like Iran.
"This organization won't save an effort to respond and carry out additional terrorist attacks in Iran and the region," Ali added.