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23.11.2014
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Israel sees no immediate threat from Syrian chemical weapons

Defense Ministry Diplomatic-Security Bureau chief Amos Gilad says chemical weapons are "still secure, but we need to monitor this" Remarks come contrary to Western reports saying weapons have been moved Syrian rebels post videos alleging Syrian army used chemical munitions to kill civilians.

Daniel Siryoti, Eli Leon, News Agencies and Israel Hayom Staff

Syrian fighters check a tank they took after storming a military base in Aleppo on Nov. 19, 2012.
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In this Dec. 2, 2012 photo released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency, a Syrian soldier aims his rifle at Free Syrian Army fighters during clashes in the Damascus suburb of Daraya.
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In this Dec. 2, 2012 photo, a man collects his belongings after his home was damaged due to heavy fighting between Free Syrian Army fighters and government forces in Aleppo.
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A rebel fighter retreats for cover as enemy fire targets the rebel position during clashes at the Moaskar front line, one of the battlefields in the Karmal Jabl neighborhood, of Aleppo, Syria in late Oct.
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