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'Israel will try to maintain deterrence on Syrian border, without igniting region'
VIDEO: Ynet defense analyst Ron Ben-Yishai talks to Attila Somfalvi about who was behind the deadly blast on the Golan and what it means for Israel.

It is still unclear who was behind the explosion on the Golan Heights on Sunday that claimed the life of a 13-year-old boy and left four others wounded, says Ron Ben-Yishai, but Israel must tread carefully in responding.

 

Mohammed Karaka was with his father, a Defense Ministry civilian contractor working on the border fence, when their vehicle was hit by an explosion. Mohammed was killed in the blast and his father seriously wounded, along with three others. (Mohammed was originally reported to have been 15 years of age.)

 

Ron Ben Yishai and Attila Somfalvi on the Golan blast

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Mohammed Karaka, 13, was killed in an explosion on the Golan Heights on Sunday. (Photos: Avihu Shapira and alarab.net) (Photos: Avihu Shapira and Alarab.net )
Mohammed Karaka, 13, was killed in an explosion on the Golan Heights on Sunday. (Photos: Avihu Shapira and alarab.net)

 

 

 

 

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