Hezbollah better not disguise a blow agaimnst Israel on the Golan as a defenaive act they'll be ground out of eistence. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ben Ze;ev
    • 16.06.13 | 12:00 (IDT)

    That's a spurious reaon. They don't need to protect against israel and they know this. Israel has no interest in attacking the Golan, but only defebding against atta ks. So they;s better watch out. I don't think that if they attack Isral on the golan, Israel will not be content wirh just containment, but will deliver a hefty blow to Assad which may shift the balance of power from his winning ways to aresurgence of the rebels.. They;d better be careful. If hezbollah want to deliver a blow to israel on the golan, behey;s better pr brfepared for firwworks which could lose Assad his o\dountry.

    from the article: Iran reportedly sending 4,000 troops to Syria, proposes front against Israel to protect Assad
    First published 10:21 16.06.13 | Last updated 10:21 16.06.13
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