These are some of the statements made by the Defense Minister of the State of Israel Ehud Barak at Davos when it comes to Syria’s violence and what it means for Israel.

“Many of our best friends are telling us … ‘Don’t worry, if worst comes to worst the world will inevitably (help),’ It cannot be taken for granted.”

“It’s on the screens all around the world, tens of thousands of people slaughtered by their own leader and the world doesn’t move.”

“… unspeakable atrocities … taking place in front of the eyes of the whole world” cannot guarantee “that there will be enough sense of purpose, sense of direction, unity of political will, readiness to translate it into action … in a way that will put an end to it.”

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