1. 5,000 soldiers was more than enough to dissapear a kibbutz. Perhaps you should actually see one so you can get the picture of what you are talking about. 2. They stayed out of 1956 as it was not their business to deal with other sovereign states's wars. So they did in 2006 - unless they were an occupying force? which they certainly were during the 80s and 90s. 3. Preemptive strike in 1967 was launched over Egypt. Syrians just went to the bandwagon to retaliate over the ongoing conflicts in the UN-Zone from the 1949 Green Lines. 4. 1973 war, as you already know, was started by the Egyptians. So your argument is pointless. 5. Why should Syrians be involved in palestinian conflicts such as Cast Lead or Defensive Shield? From your senseless comments I see that you assume Syria is entitled (and should) deal with every conflict in the region, no matter what. You are totally wrong, sir.
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from the article: Report: Syria willing to consider phased Golan pullout