A small town, Khan Sheikhoun, a suburb of Damascus was hit by 110 missile strikes sent by the US, UK and French off shore ships last night. This small town is one of the last strongholds of Syrian rebels who had recently begun evacuating. This coalition military strike was in response to the allies believing that the Syrian military had bombed that small town with chemical weapons, killing almost 100 people. Among the 110 missiles that were fired Syria reports that most of them were intercepted by their weapons defense system. The attack was meant to hit 3 Syrian factories capably of manufacturing chemical weapons. Each target was hit. President Trump had been indicating for the past week that he was going to strike Syria because of this latest alleged chemical bombing of a civilian area. He was militarily supported by the United Kingdom and France. Allies of the US support last night's missile strike, even if they didn't participate in it. Foes of the US are strongly condemning it as a war crime against a sovereign state. Are we looking at the potential for the start of World War 3? Will Islamic/Arab radical groups become even more determined in their quest to hit targets allied with the US? Trump has threatened that more missile strikes against Syria are to come.