According to report in Germany's Stern magazine, unnamed Israeli agency warned German intel of planned attack the day before the game, which was to be held four days after the Paris attacks.18:09 25.11.15 | 0 comments
First of all, the game Syria is playing is that ALL the militarity important territory is in the 1st 10 percent, the deep uncrossable canyon separating much of the Golan from the rest of Syria. As soon as they get that, they find an excuse to call off the "peace process", and IDF has their backs to the escarpment cliffs to the West. Bibi is not going to fall for that. Second, Syria has yet to fulfil its obligations from the LAST Israeli withdrawal, having failed to rebuild and repopulate Kuneitra, which was a condition of Israel leaving it. Third, negotiations are pointless until Syria honors its existing promises; talks on the Golan shouldn't even start until Syria retrieves ALL the rockets it delivered to Hezbollah and stationed in South Lebanon, west of Golan cease-fire line and effectively violating it, as well as UNSC1701. With Syrian-armed Hezbollah in Lebanon, why would Israel give him anything while he retains option to wage war via his proxy, Assad's obvious, transparent plan.