Analysis || Israel's warning on Syria's WMD awaits Assad's reply
As Prime Minister Netanyahu feels his way toward a new coalition that will put the civic agenda first, security challenges refuse to go away.
After Sunday's flurry of both verbal and physical activity, Monday produced a lull in Israeli moves on its northern front. This lull doesn't necessarily attest to a lowering of tensions; the basic worry - the possibility that the Assad regime's worsening position in Syria could lead to chemical weapons being transferred from Damascus to Hezbollah - remains intact. But it seems Israel thinks its moves had the...
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