Israel’ Fears Golan Developments: Hizbullah on two Fronts?!

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Published in Middle East
Saturday, 08 June 2013


is 3After the successive achievements of the Syrian army on more than one front and particularly on restoring Quneitra crossing, "Israeli" circles expressed their concern of Hizbullah presence on the Golan front.

"It is very worrying because on the one hand you have ‘jihadists' and militants who are fighting there with the rebels, and on the other hand, you also have government forces which are allied with Hizbullah," said an "Israeli" security source.

He further mentioned that "Israel" is worried by the latest developments on the border, which could lead to a situation in which "Israel" faces Hizbullah on the Syrian front as well as the Lebanese one.

"We certainly don't want to have Hizbullah on two fronts," he said.

However, he tried to assure the "Israelis" in the Northern front that the Zionist entity had no information suggesting Hizbullah forces were operating in the area.

But the army spokesman said they were watching the situation "very closely".
"We have to be ready for any development," Shalicar told AFP.
According to "Israel's" public radio, Tel Aviv reinforced its military presence on the plateau.
Although the army refused to confirm the report, media reports mentioned seeing tanks on flatbed trucks in the Quneitra area.

And "Israel" also lodged a formal complaint with UNDOF over the entry of Syrian tanks into the demilitarized zone as they moved to retake Quneitra.
"A formal complaint was conveyed by the "Israeli" army to UNDOF regarding the entrance of tanks to the non-military zone near Quneitra," a spokeswoman said.

Also on Thursday, the "Israeli" army claimed that three mortar rounds struck the central Golan Heights, causing no damage or injuries.

And during the morning, two wounded militants were let in through Quneitra and taken to Ziv hospital in the occupied Palestinian town of Safad.
Ziv hospital said that a "live hand grenade" had been found on one of them, sparking a brief security scare.

"The grenade was found as doctors treated a seriously wounded and unconscious person," a hospital statement said, and pointed out that "when they began removing his clothes they found the live grenade in his pocket."

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In the first response to the new development, "Israel" reiterated its fear that UN Peace keeping forces to completely pull out from Occupied Golan, leaving the ceasefire zone open to all possibilities.

"It is very worrying because on the one hand you have ‘jihadists' and militants who are fighting there with the rebels, and on the other hand, you also have government forces which are allied with Hizbullah," said an "Israeli" security source.

He further mentioned that "Israel" is worried by the latest developments on the border, which could lead to a situation in which "Israel" faces Hizbullah on the Syrian front as well as the Lebanese one.

"We certainly don't want to have Hizbullah on two fronts," he said.

However, he tried to assure the "Israelis" in the Northern front that the Zionist entity had no information suggesting Hizbullah forces were operating in the area.

But the army spokesman said they were watching the situation "very closely".
"We have to be ready for any development," Shalicar told AFP.
According to "Israel's" public radio, Tel Aviv reinforced its military presence on the plateau.
Although the army refused to confirm the report, media reports mentioned seeing tanks on flatbed trucks in the Quneitra area.

And "Israel" also lodged a formal complaint with UNDOF over the entry of Syrian tanks into the demilitarized zone as they moved to retake Quneitra.
"A formal complaint was conveyed by the "Israeli" army to UNDOF regarding the entrance of tanks to the non-military zone near Quneitra," a spokeswoman said.

Also on Thursday, the "Israeli" army claimed that three mortar rounds struck the central Golan Heights, causing no damage or injuries.

And during the morning, two wounded militants were let in through Quneitra and taken to Ziv hospital in the occupied Palestinian town of Safad.
Ziv hospital said that a "live hand grenade" had been found on one of them, sparking a brief security scare.

"The grenade was found as doctors treated a seriously wounded and unconscious person," a hospital statement said, and pointed out that "when they began removing his clothes they found the live grenade in his pocket."

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