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Survey: Anti-Semitism seems to be on the decline in Russia
Just 1 percent of respondents said they have witnessed physical assaults on Jews, while 73 percent said they’ve seen verbal attacks.
Israel should revise its policy on Syria
Even without Russian indifference, it’s hard to imagine that Israeli airstrikes would make the Iranians rethink their plans for Syria.
Report: Russia will start to demand extra notice of Israeli airstrikes over Syria
If it goes into place, the demand would limit Israel’s freedom of movement and military success in Syria, endangering Israeli pilots and giving Iranian agents based there more time to hide or protect targets.
US issues warning to Russia about helping Iran escape upcoming oil sanctions
The United States warned Russia on Sunday about assisting Iranian attempts to evade an upcoming round of U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic, scheduled to take effect on Nov. 4.
Report: Russia transfers upgraded S-300 missile batteries to Syria
Three anti-aircraft batteries are more sophisticated than the S-300 air-defense systems transferred to the Syrian regime in September.
Friend or foe? Russia and Israel grapple with geostrategic interests in Mideast
While the Russian transfer of S-300 surface-to-air defense system to Syria will complicate U.S. and Israeli operations in Syria, it is not a game-changer, but instead more of a political statement.
With Russia, there’s no free lunch
The people of Israel have returned to the Golan Heights to stay, forever.
Russia to deport Siberia’s chief rabbi over ‘espionage’
Court rejects appeal by Chabbad-Lubavitch emissary Asher Krichevsky against his deportation, finds him guilty of “engaging in activities that constitute threat to Russian Federation, its citizens.”
Turkey’s Syrian quagmire
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan does not understand that his biggest divergence with Russia is over the future of all of Syria, not just a Syrian province.
Netanyahu vows to apprehend ‘heinous’ Barkan terrorist
“We grieve today for Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and Ziv Hajbi, may God avenge their blood. We will catch this heinous killer and we will settle the score. Israeli blood will not be spilled in vain,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says as the manhunt for the gunmen continues.
Russian foreign minister: S-300 air-defense system delivered to Syria
“The deliveries started already,” said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. “The measures we will take will be devoted to ensure 100 percent safety and security of our men in Syria, and we will do this.”
Israel and US blast Russia over S-300 transfer to Syria
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Russian President Vladimir Putin that “providing advanced weapons systems to irresponsible actors will magnify dangers in the region.”
Russia’s transfer of S-300 to Syria: A disturbing, but surmountable, military challenge
The move comes as a response to the downing of a Russian spy plane, which was shot out of the sky by Syrian air-defense units that fired recklessly while trying to hit Israeli jets.
Despite IDF report, Russia blames Israel for downed spy plane over Syria
The Russian defense ministry rejected evidence presented by IDF officers, who flew to Moscow to show proof that a Syrian missile bombardment was responsible for the deaths of 15 servicemen.
Israeli report details how Syrian fire took down plane
Following an urgent meeting between Israeli and Russian military officials after the downing of a Russian spy plane over Syria, a 40-page report reveals that Syria shot down the aircraft while responding to an Israeli airstrike.