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BEIRUT, January 07, 22:23 /ITAR-TASS/. Syria’s Minister of Information Umran Ahid al-Zabi said on Tuesday that the same forces had been behind the bombing attacks in Syria, Iraq and Russia. These attacks, in his words, were plotted and directed from a single centre.
“Syria, Iraq and Russia have the legal right to take all necessary measures to protect their national security,” he said. “If a party has billions of dollars at its disposal, it does not mean that it can stage terrorist attacks here or there scot-free.”
He stressed that it was inadmissible to discriminate between “moderate and radical” terrorists. “Anyone who bears arms against the state is a terrorist for us, regardless of nuances,” he said.