Arab Israeli Conflict
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Tillerson is traveling through Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and Kuwait over the next five days.
So far Israel has succeeded to impose its own rules of engagement with Syria and Iran. Hardly a week goes by without Israeli warplanes launching missile attacks against Syrian targets.
Missile defense system hasn’t been used since it failed to intercept Syrian missiles last year.
The bottom line for Israel is that Iran’s grip on Syria is seen as a risk – but there might be also some opportunities for Israel in this fragile new situation.
By EHUD EILAM
Our readers weigh in on this week's news.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
As a Jewish state, we must raise our eyes beyond our immediate borders and interests, and recognize the humanitarian and not only strategic dimensions of the Syrian conflict.
By ISAAC HERZOG
Israel’s primary interest in managing the current mind game with Iran in Syria is to minimize the threat to security interests while preventing all-out war with Hezbollah (let alone with Iran).
By OFEK ISH MAAS
We, the citizens of Iran and Israel, must take the initiative to talk, to meet, to reason and to influence.
By GERSHON BASKIN
In UN deliberations, both historical context and present realities are ignored.
By KENNETH BANDLER
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