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Israel shoots down drone over Golan Heights

13 November 2017

In September, Israel's military shot down what it said was an Iranian-made drone operated by Hezbollah on a reconnaissance mission over the Golan. Most dangerously that this admission of the military solution failure will approve the geographical distribution of Syria among various foreign forces (Russia, US, Iran, Turkey).

All these express near-future arrangements to impose a fait accompli despite the expected worldwide agreement.

Like the rest of the region, Israel underestimated in the beginning the Iranian infiltration in Syria.

But even if the agreement between the main powers succeeds in putting an end to the fighting, we have to worry about the signs of a new phase of regional confrontations inside and outside Syria. Israel has at times fired to foil what it deemed deliberate cross-border attacks and has struck suspected Hezbollah arms shipments around 100 times in Syria during the civil war. "We will not allow the Shiite axis to establish a front command center in Syria". The aim of these threats is to face the new realities. Previous Israeli wars were launched against Hezbollah according to how much the party has piled up weapons and expanded - nearly every ten years.

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Israel has launched strikes inside Syrian territory in response.

Israel, Turkey and Iraq are countries which have borders with Syria and are thus directly concerned in the details of the solution - such as which local and foreign militias control the situation on the ground. Jordan also faces the danger of the Iranian march toward its borders with the city of Daraa, had it not been for the American warnings.

Following the announcement of the previous ceasefire agreement in southern Syria brokered by the USA and Russia, Netanyahu came out against the deal, saying it did not sufficiently address Iran's military ambitions in the area. If it hadn't been for the Russian air support, the Iranian militias wouldn't have expanded and wouldn't have survived defeat. 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. The agreement only ends the existence of terrorist groups such as ISIS, al-Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham, but will fail in ridding Syria of more unsafe regional militias. He is the former general manager of Al Arabiya news channel, and former editor-in-chief of Asharq Al-Awsat, where this article is also published.

Israel shoots down drone over Golan Heights