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Damascus warns Israeli military of 'more surprises' on Syrian soil

14 February 2018

The United States, Israel and Turkey all have deepened their involvement, seeking to protect their interests in the new Syria order.

An Israeli F-16 flying a raid on alleged drone bases in central Syria was shot down by the Syrian Air Defense Force. About 400 of those Russian paramilitary troops have now been killed in the war. Back then, Hay'at Tahrir Al Sham claimed it fired a shoulder-launched surface-to-air missile at the Russian fighter, raising questions about how it acquired such an advanced weapon.

The Turks don't want a war with America.

Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Tuesday, 28 Shevat, addressed weekend events between Israel and Syria, the Israeli shooting down of an Iranian-built drone in Israeli airspace and Syria's firing at and downing an F-16i.

Granted, the Trump administration inherited the chaos in Syria, but it can't afford to let Iran carry out its own nefarious agenda, point blank, on Israel's doorstep. Maybe Russia and the U.S., Iran and Israel, or Turkey and the Assad regime will now be able to agree on the lines not to be crossed. NATO-member Turkey, whose President Recep Tayyip Erdogan describes the YPG (People's Protection Units) as terrorists, is carrying out an offensive directed at the Kurdish-majority town of Afrin in Syria. Specifically, he recommended that the U.S.

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The Israeli military says an Iranian drone infiltrated the country and it was shot down.

Assad has threatened Israel with more "surprises" if they launch any more attacks on Syria.

The recent violence has left hundreds dead and wounded amid relentless airstrikes that have transformed the besieged area into a death trap. They now confront one another directly in Syria for the first time.

In Eastern Ghouta, almost 400,000 residents are trapped by the violence and a tightening government siege. In the meantime, millions of innocent Syrians had to leave their homes, and even their country, becoming refugees - without forgetting hundreds of thousands of those who lost their lives. "Obviously, we spoke about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict".

"Israel stresses that it will not accept an Iranian presence in Syria, damage to its sovereignty, and development and construction of missiles for Hezbollah in Lebanon by Iran", Katz said. Bloomberg reports that Oren's criticism reflects Israel's view that Washington isn't doing enough to curb Iran's military ambitions in southern Syria, which borders the Israeli-held Golan Heights, as seven years of fighting wind down and actors consolidate gains.

It was the first time Israel publicly acknowledged hitting Iranian targets in Syria since the 2011 start of the civil war there.

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According to the Syrian government and its allies, the downing of the Israeli jet signals new rules of engagement in Syria, following more than 100 Israeli strikes that went without any retaliation. What guarantees the security and stability of countries that are surrounded with war is security, and an end to expansive political projects.

How can Russian Federation best accomplish its goals in the Middle East? ISIS is an alternative acronym for the Islamic State group. It also threatens to further escalate the relationship between North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, the USA and Turkey, and may result in a breaking point. But earlier this year, US officials confirmed Washington's intention to keep troops indefinitely in northern Syria even after the defeat of IS.

They've all learned - Russian Federation from Afghanistan, Iran from the Iran-Iraq war, Israel from south Lebanon, and the US from Iraq and Afghanistan - that their publics will not tolerate large numbers of body bags fighting any ground war in the Middle East. Last week a force loyal to the Syrian government of Bashar Assad attacked US-backed Kurdish forces, drawing a devastating American air and artillery response.

While tensions have increased in recent days, Michael Oren, Netanyahu's deputy minister for public diplomacy, said on Monday that Israel was relying more on Russian Federation as a conflict resolution partner while US President Donald Trump observes from the sidelines. The area had been a stronghold of IS militants until late previous year.

A new episode in the torturous saga of the Syrian civil war is emerging.

On Tuesday, Russia's foreign minister accused the USA of trying to create a quasi-state in eastern Syria.

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Damascus warns Israeli military of 'more surprises' on Syrian soil