February 1, 2013

Israel Has the Right to Prevent Syria Spillover

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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Whatever the facts regarding purported Israeli attacks, it is clear that Israel has a right and an obligation to prevent the anarchy in Syria from spilling over to Lebanon and endangering Israelis.

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