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August 27, 2016 / 23 Av, 5776
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Syrian Battle Wakes Up Golan Height Residents

Along the Israel-Syrian border.

Along the Israel-Syrian border.
Photo Credit: Mendy Hechtman / Flash 90

Residents on the Israeli side of the Golan Heights were woken up by alert sirens at 5:55 AM on Saturday morning,. The sirens went off in response to fighting in Syria along the border with Israel.

At first the IDF thought a rocket had fallen on the Israeli side of the border, but apparently the sirens went off from the explosions just across the border.

At least 5 Syrian rebels were killed and 20 wounded, and an unknown number of Assad’s troops were killed in that heavy fighting.

Last week Assad brought in a large number of troops near Kuneitra to try to take it back, after he lost it to the Jihadi rebels.

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6 Responses to “Syrian Battle Wakes Up Golan Height Residents”

  1. How does it go? Better safe than sorry..

  2. Judith Dowla says:

    Another sleepless day and night along the border. All is not quiet on the Western(Eastern) Front.“ Waiting for Godot.“

  3. Has the whole world insane?? Just keep your fighting away from Israel.


  5. Jacques Daniel, I sincerely believe that Israel for her security in the future from who ever will rule Syria should occupied the whole of the Golan Heights; so as she can protect herself from Syria.

  6. Praying always for Israel. God be with you.

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