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The IAF reportedly brought 11 F-16 fighter jets to the drill as well as one of its airborne airborne early warning and control surveillance aircraft known as the Nachshon.
IDF’s policy is to retaliate to every case of Syrian fire into Israeli territory, whether stray or deliberate.
'The Jerusalem Post' joins soldiers from the one of the IDF's special forces units on the final leg of their grueling combat training.
Assad added that he will only leave power if the Syrian people demand that he step down.
Moscow’s goal throughout the conflict has been to keep Syrian President Bashar Assad in power by all means necessary.
By JONATHAN SPYER
"Iraq and other countries, sometimes they convey a message, a general message, but there is nothing tactical."
Syria is gradually being absorbed by the great powers. Watching this landscape, Israel will decide how to act in southern Syria.
By MIKHAIL MAGID
Kurds are more than just great fighters; they desire peace and yearn for democracy in a stable, secure region with neighbors who share the same values.
By DILIMAN ABDULKADER
The power makers in Syria are now Russia, Iran, and Turkey.
By DANIEL BUCKSBAUM
In 2013, the US designated the al-Nusra Front a terrorist organization, since it was a branch of al-Qaida in Syria.
By SARIT ZEHAVI
Those who oppose Assad are described as “ISIS [Islamic State] and Al-Qaida...terrorist groups supported by the US government, Israel, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.”
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The US made its choice to back PYD a while ago as the main support against ISIS. It thinks groups in the northern countryside will join the SDF sooner or later, but the American plan will not work.
By RUZGAR MUHAMMAD
Did Syria radicalize Muslims from Europe or did they head for Syria precisely because they were radical to begin with?
By SARAH HONIG
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