Analysis Trump’s Disengagement Plan From Syria Leaves Israel With Big Concerns About Iran

The U.S. president seems more concerned with North Korea and Charlottesville than Syria, which worries Jerusalem. If the trend continues, Iran will have a real military presence on Israel’s two northern borders

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They were hardly here, and they’re already disappearing. For the six and a half years of the Syrian civil war, there was only a limited presence of U.S. military forces on the soil of the divided country – and...