November 18, 2012
As we all focus on the situation in the South, the war in Syria rages on, and the current and future impact for the Golan Heights and Israel’s security is still a critically important and evolving story.
Avi Melamed on the Syrian–Israeli border in the Golan Heights.
Share this post
DEAR ALL…. FORTUNATELY THEY HAVE NOT YET JOINED IN CONCERT WITH THE GAZANS….
Thank you Avi for wonderful video .
You’re welcome! Thank you for commenting and I will be putting more vidoes up in the future.
syrian refugees could be a problem for israel, less so if they are druze or christians. is assad or the rebels better for israel? assad supports hezbollah and he is supported by iran but he is secular and kept the golan quiet. the rebels are an unknown quantity but dominated by muslim brotherhood with lots of jihadis. israel is caught between a rock and a hard place. i’m glad i was able to see the golan this year, especially gamla. thanks again for your talks in peterborough.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Current ye@r *
Leave this field empty
Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
Notify me of new posts by email.
Calls For an Uprising of The Arab Population in the District of Hozastan, Iran
Is War in the Middle East Inevitable?
Israel – Hamas Prisoner Swap Deal: Arab Perspectives
Chaos Spreads in Syria – An Opportunity for a Strategic Positive Turn in the Middle East
Email Address *