The decision will force Israel to reduce its intoxication with power. Relying exclusively on military might has never worked in the long run
Israel Syria peace
Rocket sirens triggered in Golan Heights, Jordan Valley ■ Army says threat removed ■ Unarmed drone flew over Israeli territory for 16 minutes before interception
Assad reportedly wants to keep Iranian forces 25 kilometers away from the Golan Heights border and demands that Iran move its forces from Syrian airfields to prevent Israeli attack
Push for southern areas could bring Assad-allied Iranian forces near the border with Israel
Is Israel ready for a war on Syrian soil that includes ground forces? Can it count on U.S. involvement? The consequences are dangerous
As the U.S. prepares to pull its troops out of Syria, Israel ought to brace for an ever-confident Syrian army whose actions close to the border are becoming a true cause for concern
Nice reporting on the Syria affair, but I don't believe it. The elements are too improbable, and Israel has been using scare tactics since 1948
Tensions rose following an Iranian drone infiltration and the downing of an Israeli jet. By Sunday, everyone was going about their lives as usual
Israel's need to respond forcefully to an attack on its territory is understandable, but when such a response becomes an automatic move it starts to pose a threat and a danger in itself
After the conquest of Aleppo, Dir a-Zur and Raqqa, the regime is ready for its next move. Israel will now have to rethink its policy
The prime minister made the remarks after a report emerged saying Israel has been secretly providing aid to Syrian rebels in the Golan Heights for years
Last April rocket alarm was sounded before two shells explode in Golan Heights, causing no damage
Itamar Rabinovich, the late prime minister's ambassador to Washington, details why Rabin preferred peace with Assad over the Palestinians, in his new book, 'Yitzhak Rabin: Soldier, Leader, Statesman.'
Netanyahu did not object on principle to 'safe zones,' but Iran's role in deal raised concerns in Jerusalem; Israel did not commit not to attack in 'safe zones,' Arab report says
Rocket alarm was sounded before two shells explode in Golan Heights, causing no damage
Israel shouldn't be discussing buffer zones with Syria when the international community doesn't even recognize the Golan Heights as Israeli territory
The Syria cease-fire deal may soon bring the two military forces together to discuss shared targets for the first time since World War Two.
The small brotherhood of cowboys living in the Golan Heights lives through the juxtaposition of country life and Middle East tension, herding their cattle alongside tanks.
'You don't have a government you can negotiate with and talk with in Syria,' says Ben Cardin, a top member of the Senate Foreign Affairs committee.
U.S. Citizen Thomas Webster Has Called Damascus Home for 40 Years, and He's Not Leaving Anytime Soon
Despite the daily risks associated with being one of the few foreigners in Damascus, Webster says 'There's no way I'm going to leave this country.'
Syrians using chlorine on civilians 'these very days,' says Moshe Ya'alon.
Jewish Agency says woman was not eligible for visa under Law of Return and offered her other options to enter Jewish state and join family members rescued from Aleppo.
When it came to their views on Israel, there seemed to be more conspiracy theory than political theory.
The encroachment this week by extremist rebels on the Druze village of Khader in Syria is a microcosm of the predicament the greater community is facing; Israeli Druze compare their concern for a religiously motivated massacre on their brethren to Israeli fears of attacks on Jews abroad.
Hezbollah to Israel: We seek no further escalation in response to Syria strike; IDF responds with artillery fire Lieberman: Israel should respond in a 'forceful and disproportionate manner' Force was driving an unarmored vehicle on border fence UNIFIL soldier killed by Israeli response strike.
Hezbollah official says five other Iranians also killed in strike; security cabinet to convene over concerns of possible escalation; soldiers in some IDF units based in north denied leave.
Photos taken from space show beauty of Earth on a sunny, crisp Christmas morning.
Syrian opposition figure gambles on a peace mission that includes an unusual trip to Israel.
Kamal al-Labwani told Israeli media that Syrian rebels should make peace with Israel in return for support in overthrowing the current Syrian government.
It is not clear whether the unmanned aircraft contained explosives or was sent to photograph aerial images.