Security cabinet approves limited call-up of IDF reservists

JERUSALEM - Israel ordered a small-scale mobilisation of reservists on Wednesday and strengthened its missile defenses as precautions against possible Syrian attack should Western powers carry out threatened strikes on Syria.
But an Israeli official briefed on a meeting of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's security cabinet said the Jewish state believed the probability of it be targeted by Syria, its northern neighbor and long-time foe, was low.
"Following a security assessment held today, there is no reason for a change to normal routines," Netanyahu said in a statement. "We are, in parallel, preparing for any scenario."