Israel shoots down Syrian drone approaching Golan Heights

Israel shoots down Syrian drone approaching Golan Heights

Rami Abdurrahman of the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and Omar Abu Laila, a Europe-based opposition activist originally from Syria's eastern province, said Saturday that Islamic State fighters are now once again in full control of the town. Meanwhile, Iran and Israel are preparing for the next phase.

According to reports, the deal includes Iranian proxies fighting on behalf of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime, which would be required to leave the border area and eventually Syria. Israel says that it expects any agreement ending the war in Syria to include a 12-mile buffer zone meant to keep away Iranian-backed militants.

Israel still considers Hezbollah a forward Iranian battalion in the context of the power play in the Middle East, which would be fueled by the anticipated ceasefire agreement that would acknowledge the Iranian presence in Syria.

The Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC) is establishing a long-term existence of its foreign militias and militants in regions ruled by it inside Syria, up to 50 kilometers from the Israeli border with Golan.

Louis CK gets dumped by FX, management company and publicist
At the time, I said to myself that what I did was okay because I never showed a woman my d-- without asking first, which is also true.

First, the USA must take Israeli concerns about Iran's presence in Syria more seriously. Pictures show how the IRGC built a series of military bases to become support and funding centers and to represent an Iranian highway between Iraq and Lebanon. This is why recent Israeli threats have been directed against Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria. Moreover, previous Israeli wars against Hezbollah used to be based on the accumulation of weapons at Hezbollah's disposal as well as its deployment, and they used to happen once every 10 years.

In the Syrian file, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned of the new reality, saying that "when ISIS is expelled from a place, Iran is replacing it". The reason is of course obvious, and it's that the Syrian regime no longer has military capabilities as a result of its multiple defeats. If it hadn't been for American warnings, Jordan would have been threatened with Iranian militias marching towards its borders from Daraa.

"There is no military solution to the conflict in Syria", according to the statement. "We will not allow the establishment of a Shiite front on our border".

This is the reality, and I do not know how the agreement for ending the war in Syria would tackle it; an agreement that would finish the presence of terrorist groups such Daesh, Nusra and Ahrar Al-Sham, but fail to rid Syria from more risky regional militias.

Related Articles