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Following Netanayhu visit, Russia will not send S-300 anti-aircraft system to Syria
An aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin who oversees military assistance to other countries said it does not believe that the systems are currently needed there.
Does Russia care about stopping Israel-Iran escalation?
Moscow is seen by many observers as the key to defusing the situation between Israel and Iran, as it enjoys relations with both countries and is the major military power on the ground in Syria. However, it may be out for its own interests.
Netanyahu meets with Putin in Moscow amid in escalating tensions in Syria
“Our meetings are always important, and this one is especially so. Given what is happening now in Syria, it is important to ensure the continued security cooperation between the Russian army and the Israel Defense Forces,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
World leaders congratulate the Jewish state on 70 years
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth of England wrote: “It is my pleasure to congratulate you warmly on the occasion of Independence Day, warm wishes for the joy and happiness of all of Israel’s citizens in the coming year.”
Russia and Israel, seven decades on
Israel’s leaders understood pretty clearly by the early 1950s that the Soviet embrace could easily turn into a noose.
Putin an anti-Semite? It really doesn’t matter
There are few signs that Vladimir Putin is pursuing policies abroad that would lead him to turn on the Jews of Russia, as happened more than once under his Soviet predecessors.
Jewish groups call out Putin for hinting Jews, not Russia, meddled in U.S. elections
“We are quite familiar with the oldies: ‘Maybe Jews run the world, maybe Jews use blood for their rituals, maybe Jews had slaughtered Jews in Poland. Now comes the latest hit: maybe Jews meddled in U.S. elections,’ ” tweets MK Ksenia Svetlova.
Conflicting interests in Syria create a dangerous complexity for Russia and Israel
Can Israel and Russia work together to find a peaceful and common solution to the situation in Syria? Two experts weigh in for JNS.
Netanyahu tells Putin: We must ‘stand up to murderous ideologies’
Netanyahu to meet with Putin in Moscow for talks on Iran and Syria
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to Moscow next week to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss key regional issues and visit a Holocaust memorial exhibit.