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Editorial: Israel plays a new game with old rules

Last week newspapers reported that Israel attacked Syria. It is true that Israeli planes attacked a Syrian convoy carrying antiaircraft weapons. However this does not mean that the attack targeted Syria. The main target of the raid seems to be … Continue reading

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Video: Syria’s neighbors worry fighting will spill over

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Israel places missiles near Syria border

Israel has deployed missiles in the Haifa area near the Syrian border, a move that the Tel Aviv regime claims is “routine.” On Sunday, an Israeli Army spokesman confirmed reports that two “Iron Dome” missile batteries were moved to the … Continue reading

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Editorial: Palestinians in Syria forced to pick sides

For decades, the Palestinians who fled to Syria after the Arab-Israeli wars were seen as loyal supporters of the ruling Assad family, which provided a safe and stable haven to them and their representatives. But the bloody conflict inside Syria … Continue reading

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Video: Israel hits Syrian artillery that fired on Golan

Israel scored a ‘direct hit’ on a Syrian armored vehicle after a mortar shell landed in the Golan Heights over the weekend. Source: Reuters

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Syrian Tanks Enter Demilitarized Israeli Frontier

By: Barbara Surk BEIRUT  – Three Syrian tanks entered the demilitarized zone in the Golan Heights on Saturday, Israel said, raising concerns violence from Syria’s civil war could heat up a long-quiet frontier that has not seen such an incursion … Continue reading

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We condemn Israel. So why the silence on Syria?

We know the government hopes to do nothing, but what about the rest of us? Exactly one year after the death of Muammar Gaddafi, the chances of another round of Libya-style western military intervention, this time for Syria, hover close … Continue reading

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At Security Council, UN political chief urges renewed focus on overcoming Israeli-Palestinian stalemate

While the brutal conflict in Syria continues to dominate headlines, the world cannot afford to be complacent to the ongoing deadlock in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, a top United Nations official said today, stressing the urgent need to focus on … Continue reading

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Israeli paper says premier talked peace with Syria; Israel denies it accepted US initiative

JERUSALEM, Palestine — An Israeli newspaper reported Friday that Israel’s prime minister secretly talked peace with Syria through an American mediator, offering far-reaching land concessions, but negotiations ended because of the Syrian civil war.   The prime minister’s office said … Continue reading

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Editorial: In Syria, it’s past time for the United States to act

By: Richard Cohen The awful things that could have happened had the United States intervened in Syria are now happening anyway. The insurrection has become a civil war. Neighboring countries are being dragged in. A refugee crisis has been created. … Continue reading

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