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What is Israel's endgame in attacking Syria?

Israel will ensure no peace and quiet for Syria if Iran retains its military presence, a look at the IDF's actions through four fundamental operational goals.


Israel’s Syria policy could be coming to new crossroads - analysis

The UAE foreign minister recently met with Bashar Assad, and the region now sees Syria as possibly being welcomed back into the fold by the Gulf states, Egypt and some other countries.

Iran and Hezbollah analyze Israel’s ‘war between the wars’

What will the Middle East region look like when, one day, Iran loses its steep foothold in Syria?

Voices from the Arab press: Two stories in two pictures

The first one: a meeting between the British and Kuwaiti prime ministers. The second: Sheikh Ahmed Hassan al-Baqouri, standing next to his unveiled daughter in 1957, unacceptable today.


What does the Deraa surrender mean for Iran and Russia in Syria?

BEHIND THE LINES: In the southwest, the outside powers of relevance are Iran and Russia. The arrangement in place from July 2018 until now was the product of an uneasy standoff between them.

Syrian army soldiers gesture in southern Idlib province, Syria in this handout released by SANA on M

Syrian army steps up offensive on rebel redoubt in southwest city

Witnesses and military sources that dozens of improvised missiles were fired into Deraa al-Balaad by the Syrian military's pro-Iranian Fourth Division, backed by Iranian-financed local militias.


Iran's Raisi sets sight on Palestinians, Yemen and Iraq - analysis

Iran has a tendency to use proxies, pushing others to defend and die for it in its regional wars. That is why Syrians, Lebanese, Iraqis and Yemenites all are pushed by Iran to fight.

An oil tanker loads gas in Assaluyeh seaport at the Persian Gulf

Iranian fuel tanker attacked by drone, Israel suspected

The report comes following recent escalations between Iran and Israel with regard to multiple tanker attacks.

Greenpeace: Iran eco-terror allegation 'reeks of election propaganda'

The practice of turning off tracking systems is commonly done by Iranian vessels to avoid detection for violating the trade embargo with Syria.

Iran: US airstrikes in Syria encourage terrorism in the region

“America’s recent action strengthens and expands the activities of the terrorist Daesh (Islamic State) in the region.”

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