London: Hours after the United States President Barack Obama spelled his plan to conduct air strikes to wipe out the Islamic Stats of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) within both the Gulf States, the Syrian government, Moscow, Tehran and other nations warned Washington that an offensive against the militant group in Syria would violate international law.

While Russia refused to support the U.S. military operation saying that without the backing of the United Nations resolution, the military action would be a “an act of aggression and a gross violation of international law,” China said that the world should fight terror but national integrity must be respected, reported The Guardian.

In Damascus, national reconciliation minister, Ali Haidar, also opposed the decision by saying that any kind of action without the consent of the Syrian government would be an attack on Syria.

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