She stressed that consultations are ongoing among the allies of Syria and they will not leave things to go Washington's way.
Last Saturday, the rebels in Douma district of Eastern Ghouta said the Syrian forces used chlorine gas in an attack on Douma, leaving many killed.
The Syrian government has denied the allegations and said the rebels were fabricating the incident to give a pretext to the US and its Western allies to strike Syria.
Shabaan described the US threats as part of a psychological war launched by the West to show strength after their failure in Syria.
She said the Syrian army's victory in Eastern Ghouta constituted a turning point in the course of the Syrian war.
Shabaan said the results of the Syrian war have come against the Western approach in terms of the emergence of the Russian, Syrian and Hezbollah alliance, calling it the "alliance of the future."
The "axis of resistance," referring to the Syrian allies of Iran and Hezbollah, has its choices in dealing with the US threats, Shabaan said, adding that the rule of clashes has changed in favour of the Syrian side.
"The victory of Syria will change the map of the region and the world," she said, adding that Israel is feverishly trying to prolong the Syrian war.
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