Israel's Northern Front Isn't Quiet Anymore: Will Damascus Retaliate?

For more than two years, Israel has avoided the troubled waters of the changing Arab world. The recent attacks in Syria may herald the end of that period.

If we ignore Jerusalem’s deafening silence and accept the foreign media’s assumption that Israel was behind two aerial attacks in Syria within less than 48 hours, we must assume that there was something near Damascus that Israel urgently felt it had to keep from being transferred to

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