Posted November 05, 2018 09:00:58 The Syrian civil conflict is raging in the country, and a number of the world’s most famous personalities have stepped up to lend their voices to the cause.
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has been among those who has spoken out.
“I think this is a moral and ethical issue that we have to look into,” he told Israel Radio on Sunday.
“You can’t leave this problem for another generation.
Netanyahu added: “I don’t want to see Israel involved in the conflict in Syria.” “
The solution is not to say, ‘We are Israel’s problem’, but to look at the problems of the Palestinians, of the people of the Middle East.”
Netanyahu added: “I don’t want to see Israel involved in the conflict in Syria.”
While the Syrian government has denied it is behind the recent air strikes, Syrian President Bashar Assad has repeatedly called for the international community to intervene and bring an end to the conflict.
Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Ron Prosor, has also expressed support for the humanitarian effort in Syria.
“We are supporting the humanitarian response to the Syrian crisis,” Prosor said in a statement.
“Israel’s presence in Syria is vital for the Syrian people.
It is also vital for peace.”
The UN says the Syrian Civil War has killed more than 4 million people, displaced almost half a million and displaced an additional five million, according to the UN.
The Syrian conflict has killed about 2.5 million people in the six-year conflict.
The UN estimates there are about 7 million Syrians living in neighbouring countries, and that more than half the population has fled to neighbouring countries in recent years.
Israel has been a staunch supporter of the Syrian uprising and has supported President Bashar al-Assad in the past.
It has also provided aid to the rebels, including food, medical care and even a school in northern Syria.
It’s a vital aid package for Israel and it’s one that will be on the cards as the conflict drags on.
In the latest round of fighting in the area, which began in 2013, Israeli forces launched two air strikes on Saturday.
They targeted a weapons depot and a military base near the town of Khan al-Assal, and struck an IS-held area in the south of the country.