Israel turns the screws on Iran

Israel’s military activity against the Iranian presence in Syria is ongoing and much of it remains unreported.

By MARK WEISS
September 6, 2018 18:04
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at a ceremony in Dimona for the naming of the Shimon Peres

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at a ceremony in Dimona for the naming of the Shimon Peres Negev Nuclear Research Center after the late president, on August 29. (photo credit: KOBI GIDEON/GPO)

 
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We will keep up the pressure on the radical regime, Netanyahu declares FOLLOWING THE recent Iranian pledge to rebuild the Syrian army, severely depleted during the country’s seven-year civil war, Israel has vowed to step up its military, diplomatic and economic struggle against the Ayatollah regime.

Iran’s military attaché to Damascus said his country’s military advisers would remain in Syria under the defense agreement signed between the two countries.

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