Netanyahu To Assad: We’ll Strike If You Let Iran Set Up Bases In Syria


Prime Minister Netanyahu has warned Syrian President Bashar Assad that Israel will depart from the policy of non-intervention it has maintained throughout the six years of the civil war to date, Yaari said, if Assad “invites Iranian forces to establish themselves in Syria via an agreement of any kind.”

Iran has provided significant logistical, technical, training and financial support for Assad’s regime and forces, as well as deploying military advisers and some combat troops in Syria.

Israel, on the other hand, has provided medical and humanitarian aid to victims of the war across its border, has hit back when gunfire has crossed the border, and has used air strikes to target weapons stores and convoys intended for the Hezbollah terrorist organization. Read more at Times of Israel.



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