Israeli bluster on Syria || Israel wants no part in Syria's war, so why is it threatening to topple Assad?
Israeli intelligence doesn't point to Syrian retaliation for air strikes it has attributed to Israel, and a massive Israeli attack would only be a last resort.
The sharply worded message that a "high-ranking Israeli official” relayed to Syria on Wednesday via The New York Times seems like something of an exaggeration, if not an outright overreaction. The warning that Israel would topple Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime if he attacks in response to three air strikes, which have been attributed to Israel, does not, for the time being, correspond...
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