Analysis | Red lines in Syria ||
When it comes to Syria and Hezbollah, Israel is walking a tightrope
Israel is standing by its red line declarations that no chemical or advanced weapons fall into Hezbollah’s hands, and ensuring that the internal Syrian strife does not become a conflict between it and Assad.
With each passing hour since the latest alleged Israeli air strike on Syria, it seems the danger that the current tension will deteriorate into a direct conflict between Damascus-Hezbollah and Israel lessens.
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