Arab Israeli Conflict
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Jerusalem has vowed to continue striking cross-border targets, perhaps even sophisticated defense systems manned by Russian troops
Saturday's escalation marks the first time in more than a decade that an Israeli jet has been lost during combat.
Both Israelis and Palestinians have given a nod in the direction of the initiative but have not set a date with the Russians.
Russia has said it might provide Syria with the S-300 missile defense system, which could clip the wings of Israel's air force.
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By SHLOMO SHAMIR/MAARIV ONLINE
"We continue to warn about the bad agreement that is developing with Iran," defense minister says.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Rebels aligned with Turkey said they held talks with Turkish intelligence and military officers in the past 48 hours and made clear they objected to Russian patrols.
Israel's defense forces "will do everything they must" to defend the country and its citizens. "I will continue to do what I must," he added.
By TAMAR BEERI
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By THE MEDIA LINE
According to a report, sources close to the Russian Foreign Ministry said that Moscow identified previous Israeli raids on Iranian positions in central Syria, "but did not respond."
By HERB KEINON
If the United States pulled out, there was no question of discussing new U.N. Security Council sanctions on Iran.
Despite Western airstrikes, the Syrian government continued its advance, with Russian and Iranian aid.
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