It's clear President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Theresa May and President Emmanuel Macron weren't authorized by the U.N.to attack President Bashar al-Assad's chemical weapons facilities, and Assad's chemical weapons didn't pose a direct threat to any Western nation involved in Friday's joint strike.
"We are prepared to sustain this pressure, if the Syrian regime is foolish enough to test our will", she said.
Everyone needs to stop congratulating themselves over the air strikes in Syria, says Al Jazeera's Senior Political Analyst, Marwan Bishara. That attack, [Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White says], hit a Syrian military air base and was meant to focus on Syria's ability to deliver chemical weapons. "We call on Russian Federation to take a hard look at the company it keeps, and live up to its responsibilities as a Permanent Member of the Council and defend the actual principles the United Nations was meant to promote", she said. "We hit our sites", White said.
The first image is from April 8 and the second is from Saturday.
Or perhaps there would need to be a series of violations, as was the case before April 7, prior to any United States action.
It further demands that the United States and its allies immediately end military action against Syria and refrain from any further use of force in the future.
He did not rule out sarin use.
"Last night, we obliterated the major research facility that it used to assemble weapons of mass murder", Haley told an emergency UN Security Council meeting on Syria. "Therefore, we will keep you all abreast of the facts moving forward".
"I'm a Syrian refugee who survived chemical weapons attacks", he said.
Critics of Western military intervention in Syria have taken to the streets following this week's missile strikes on the Assad regime. Moscow slammed the joint United Nations and OPCW inquiry as flawed. It might seem Washington struck just to save face.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Friday announced the press briefing would be held Saturday for the specific reason of dispelling false information about the strike coming from Russian Federation, which is a key ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime. White said she could not go into detail about that evidence.
On Saturday, she hinted the United States would strike again if Assad used chlorine, but stopped short of specifying which chemical agent she was referring to. Trump also said the al-Assad regime has established a pattern of chemical weapons use on its innocent civilian population over the past year and most recently in an attack in Douma Syria just last weekend.