BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 A.M.) – An Israeli defense official told Channel 10 TV this week that Israel will not hesitate to strike any Syrian troops that enter the U.N. demilitarized zone in the Golan Heights.

The defense official reportedly told Channel 10 that Israel has deployed its Combat Intelligence Corps near the border in order to track the movements of the Syrian troops returning to this demilitarized area.

“The agreement is the basis for any future security reality after Assad returns to [Israel’s] northern border,” he said. “Any Syrian troops who break it will be attacked.”

A number of Israeli publications claimed last week that the Syrian Arab Army has returned to one of their border posts in the Golan Heights after a short absence due to the war.

The Syrian Arab Army has not corroborated these claims.

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The Israelis are referring to Syrian territory currently occupied by Israeli armed forces. Once the occupation has ended truce can be negotiated.

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the illegitimate entity’s paranoia will slowly but surely kill them.

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Caliph netanyajoo is anxious about the fate of his Jewhadi mercenaries, they will be minced into a fine paste to fertilaze the Golan no matter what.

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How funny that Ayatollah Khamenei backs Hamas and Hamas backs al-Nusra and ISIS-Sinai Province. SAA making fertiliser with IDF? LOOOOOOOOOOOL… How many times did they tried? How did it ended any time? As an EPIC FAIL! Oh, BTW, when they kicked Hebollah bütts in 2006, an AH-64 could carry 16 Hellfire missiles…Now it can carry 72 GATR/Hydra70 missiles, each as powerful as a TOW with 10,500m range (out of range from ManPADS). Enough to take out a full armoured column. Since 1982, SAA air defences managed only to shoot down a single F-16, SyAAF didn’t managed to shoot down a… Read more »

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“When they kicked Hezbollah butts in 2006”, Really ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bIt2eblH88