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Report: Rebels seize villages on Israel-Syria border    Ynet
1. To all the boys up north in the tanks I pray for you all
To my youngest E...take care Daddy loves you
Al   (11.14.12)
2. G-d help and protect Israel.
It's the only ME nation worth fighting for.
Bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.14.12)
3. Please take note:
Syrian opposition does not necessarily have to mean Syrian rebels; Islam Jihad or Iran Republic could be in the mix. Northern border needs the eyes of an eagle.
Barbara ,   Haifa Israel   (11.14.12)
Iranian Jew ,   LA   (11.14.12)
5. Cowboys and Indians
Hard to tell who is who. I would guess they are all savages.
Michael ,   Kokhav Ya'ir, Israel   (11.14.12)
6. Israel
I wish ALL the people of Israel good health in these times of trouble, my heart is with you all.
Hugh Andersson ,   Tofo Mozambique   (11.14.12)
7. rebels near Israeli border
Don’t rejoice too much. Ok, it's very good that the Alawi-Baath-regime suffers in their fight with the Sunni rebels. We can of course be happy about al-Assad's troubles. His regime is not only an anti-Zionist, but for sure also an anti-Jewish one, and it give us - for sure - a feeling of relief, because of his alliances with Hezbollah and Iran, the latter close to the assemblage of his first nuclear device. But remember, his opponents are Sunnis, especially the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) with the help of Salafists and Al Qaida. They have the same goal like Syria, Iran and Hezbollah: removing Israel from the world map and the annihilation of Jewry. Thanks to the tandem Obama-H. Clinton we have now around us the MB-State Egypt, whatever they say a close ally of Hamas, a little bit further Libia unstable but slowly moving to Islamism, Tunisia (Ennahda). We hope that Jordan stays a stable country, not too hostile to Israel. But, about two millions of Palestinians (the queen is one of them) are living there. Can you trust them? And....the Islamic radicalization increases….. Shortly, if the Baath-Alawite regime will fall than a Muslim Brother government will reign. Don’t dream about a democracy, be realistic. We'll be always surrounded by countries that hate and want to destroy us. There is for us not a real alternative.
Toledano Jean-Pierre ,   israel   (11.14.12)
8. To the IDF: God's speed!!!
It's all about the growing power of the Muslim Brotherhood. We all know what their eventual plans are: the destruction of Israel (not going to happen!). Israel should hit these, so-called, rebel forces hard...and, do it now, while they're small and manageable. No matter what, Israel will, soon, be fighting on all fronts; they will suffer...but, will win--guaranteed! God bless, Israel and His Jerusalem!!! A Christian Zionist
Taz Man ,   USA   (11.14.12)
9. we should ask assad for permission to wipe them out
since we pressure them through the UN not to come close to us and attack them when shells fall close.... it seems only fair we offer to utterly destroy these terrorist scumbags
to the very ,   last jihadi   (11.14.12)
10. Why is the (inept) UN forces allowing the rebels to be ...
In the demilitarized zone? There is a reason that area was declared demilitarized. The rebel forces seem to disregard an intl declared zone
Essie HaKohane ,   Fl. USA   (11.14.12)
11. the noose is tightening
around israels borders. this is an impossible situation. salafists cannot be allowed to control syria golan border area. israel must demand that no military forces of any kind remain in 5 mile de-militerized zone--this is a red line. if not adhered to, israel will face same nightmare as gaza, sinai, lebanon, and will be surrounded on all sides right up to border fence. Must not happen!!
joe ,   usa   (11.14.12)
12. Turkey is becoming a serious threat
to Israel by it's disinformation. Israel should clarify its position toward Syria.
David ,   Montreal, Canada   (11.14.12)
13. correct no.12
the turks are also developing a medium range (1500km) ballistic missile which shopuld be operational in about 2 years, and an intercontinental in about 5. this interests many, including our russian friends. interesting times.
sweeter ,   far away   (11.14.12)
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