The US action on Bashar al-Assad’s Sharat airbase in Homs comes after a fatal chemical attack in Idlib on Tuesday, which killed at least 80 people.
Mr Shehabi denied any government involvement and blasted: “This [the missile strikes] is a stupid act of aggression against a sovereign state.
“This is an act against an airport that is solely dedicated to fighting ISIS in Syria. And this attack is illegal, it’s stupid.”
Donald Trump launched missiles at Bashar al-Assad's airbase in Homs
We will continue our fight against terrorism and we will consider any soldier that steps foot in our country without our permission an invasion and we will act accordingly
He said the strike would only help ISIS and “gangs” operating in the region.
Mr Shehabi continued: “This attack proves to us there are no morals at Nato countries, there’s no evidence, we asked to provide us with solid evidence that we use chemical weapons.
“The US Obama administration itself said we don’t have anymore.
“Look, we will continue our fight against terrorism and we will consider any soldier that steps foot in our country without our permission an invasion and we will act accordingly.”
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The strikes come after the devastating chemical attack on Tuesday
He admitted the strikes now meant there was an increased risk of a conflict between the US and Russia.
“Of course there are greater risks, we hope that this doesn’t happen, we don’t want any escalation of the hostilities between any two countries.
“But at the same time, we cannot really sit still and watch hypocrites, schizophrenics attacking our country day and night.”
A spokesman for Vladimir Putin said the strike had seriously damaged ties between Washington and Moscow as he threatened to increase Russian military force in Syria in association with ally President Assad.
Mr Putin regarded the US action as "aggression against a sovereign nation" on a "made-up pretext", spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
In a statement, Mr Trump said it was in the “vital national security interests” of the US to “prevent the spread and use of chemical weapons”.
He said: ”There can be no dispute that Syria used banned chemical weapons, violated its obligations under the Chemical Weapons Convention and ignored the urging of the UN Security Council."
The UK has also backed the move.
A Government spokesman said: "The UK Government fully supports the US action which we believe was an appropriate response to the barbaric chemical weapons attack launched by the Syrian regime and is intended to deter further attacks."