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“The victory over ISIS is welcome,” Netanyahu said. “The entry of Iran is not welcome, it endangers us."
“I will discuss with him Iran's accelerated attempt to establish military bases in Syria," Netanyahu said.
Assad had a special message for his neighbor to the north Erdogan, who, he said, "is playing the role of political beggar after his support for terrorists was exposed."
In the past two years Netanyahu has met with Putin every few months in order to discuss bilateral and regional issues.
Cohen has warned that Iran is filling the vacuum left by ISIS as its hold on territory in Syria and Iraq wanes.
Netanyahu treated the Trump move on Iran just as he had done the Obama pro-Iran move, by openly criticizing what has been the US President's most significant deal with Russia. To his credit, Netanyahu was unafraid to openly express his major disagreement with both super powers, after whispering it through quiet diplomatic channels had failed.
"The victories of Lebanon and the Palestine resistance front against invaders are the results of Iran's Islamic Revolution values," says Beirut.
Shiite terrorist groups rarely unite with those who are Sunni, unless it's to fight a common enemy.
"The sums come to millions of shekels, and the Iranians found an opening ... right under Israel's nose."
Hezbollah is going broke, which pushes it to run intense fundraising campaigns among its wealthy Shiite supporters – and to restrict its media campaign to messages hastily scrawled on cardboard.
Europe, he said, was acting not just against Israel’s interests but against its own interests as well.
Britain has banned only the “military” wing of Hezbollah, but not the so-called “political” wing.
Israel will continue to monitor the situation, Netanyahu said, “while strongly upholding our red lines.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he plans to write to the Home Secretary to call for a full ban on Hezbollah.
Israel's military continues to insist the mortar was an "errant projectile" and the "result of Syrian internal fighting."
“Iran’s use of the Star of David as a target is hateful and unacceptable.”
Tensions between Israel and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorist organization have been rising for some time.
Danon: “It is unfortunate that UNIFIL has chosen to turn the other way as Hezbollah continues to operate in the region."
The identification of the crossing came only after the individual touched the security fence, apparently setting off alarms.
Danon called on the Security Council to demand that the government of Lebanon dismantle these observation posts immediately.
'I have a recommendation to the people of Lebanon: Hezbollah has chosen to stay and infiltrate some of your homes – if you leave your homes as soon as the conflict erupts you will not be harmed.'