“Operation Good Neighbor,” which was launched in 2016, came to an end due to the return of the Syrian regime to southern Syria, according to the IDF.
I have always believed that the Israeli government will respond to international pressure and activism. When it comes to Syria, I have no hope at all.
Israeli troops found the bodies of the Islamic State squad members, plus five Kalashnikov rifles and vests containing explosive devices and grenades.
ISIS struck two rockets that landed in the Sea of Galilee when it was full of swimmers and vacationers.
Millions of Syrian refugees have fled to Turkey, Lebanon and Syria. They’ve never sought refuge in Israel — but that is now starting to change.
What explains the empathy felt by centrist and even right-wing Israelis toward Syrians, and their apathy toward the suffering of Palestinians?
“The IDF is on high alert and will continue to operate against the violation of the 1974 Separation of Forces Agreement,” a spokesman said.
The IDF said that the Syrian civilians were evacuated from the war zone in southern Syria “due to an immediate threat to their lives.”
The attack came hours after Netanyahu vowed to “not stop taking action in Syria against Iran’s attempts to establish a military presence there.”
“Creating safety for Israel is something that both President Putin and I would like to see very much,” President Trump said Monday.