BREAKING: After Trump BOMBS Syria- Netanyahu MAKES HIS MOVE

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The aftermath of the Syrian missile strike by the U.S. has people extremely divided on the hot issue, with one side backing President Trump and the other side screaming like little bitches.

The decision to launch 60 Tomahawk missiles on a Syrian airfield Friday morning in response to a chemical weapons attack has been applauded by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The airfield hosted the very planes which on Tuesday laid chemical siege to a civilian town in Idlib province, killing 74 people and incapacitating over 550.

“In both words and actions President Trump sent a strong and clear response. The use of chemical weapons is unacceptable,” Netanyahu stated.

“Israel fully and unequivocally supports the presidents decision and hopes the clear message will reverberate not only in Damascus but also in Tehran, Pyongyang and other places.”

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin praised the U.S. for its airstrike aimed at an airbase called Shayrat. He  called on the world to bring an end to the atrocities committed by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

“In the face of the terrible use of chemical weapons against innocent civilians, the clear and determined steps of the US Administration and Military under the leadership of President Trump, constitute a fitting and appropriate response to such unthinkable brutality,” Rivlin said.

Andrew Kerr at Western Journalism reports that Israel has long warned about “game-changing” chemical weapons from Syria reaching Hezbollah in Lebanon, which is gearing up to wage war against Israel.

Trump’s missile strike against Syria was fully supported by Israel. Former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon blasted the Obama administration for doing nothing when Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad crossed the redline in 2013. He stated that America’s inaction gave Assad the confidence to carry out the chemical weapons attack on Tuesday.

But things have changed dramatically following the U.S. attack on Syria.

“The U.S. attack on Syria delivered an important and necessary message from the entire free world, led by the United States, that it will note tolerate the war crimes of [Syrian President] Bashar Assad’s regime against innocent civilians,” said Israel’s current Defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, in a statement Friday morning.

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