US embassy warns Americans against traveling to North in light of Syria tensions

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August 21, 2015 22:57

 
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US nationals are urged to “carefully consider and possibly defer travel” in the Upper Galilee and the northern Golan Heights, the US Embassy warned in a statement Friday, in light of the recent flare-up in hostilities between Israel and armed Islamists near the Golan frontier.

The embassy said it continues to closely monitor the security situation and advises US citizens” to receive updates from the IDF’s Home Front Command website regarding any changes.

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