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July 25, 2017


I don't really know why this error occurred but I think it is odd that Jerusalem Post would report an article from October 2015 but present it as current on their July 25th, 2017 news. Recently we have seen the meeting with Netanyahu and Putin. I believe the purpose was to get Putin on the same team as Israel regarding Syria. But all of a sudden we get this post that was done 2 years ago stating that yes, in fact Russia has attacked rebels in Syria. Either this was a big boo boo or something else is going on. Nations are like big corporations. They have their vested interest in certain ideals, deals and domination. I contacted Jerusalem Post to make them aware of what I just found. I am posting the original report from 7/25/2017.


Report from Jerusalem Post;



  'Israel, Russia to coordinate in air, sea, and electromagnetic arena'


  IDF deputy chief to meet Russian counterpart in Tel Aviv



 OCTOBER 27, 2015 17:50


According to Fars News, the strikes targeted positions belonging to Islamic State and the Nusra Front, al-Qaida's affiliate in Syria.

The Russian air force hit rebel positions in southern Syria, near the Golan Heights, for the first time since it began its air campaign against anti-Assad forces last month, Iran's Fars News Agency reported on Tuesday.

According to Fars, Russian fighter jets hit rebel positions in the countryside of Syria's Daara governate. 

he report added that the strikes targeted positions belonging to Islamic State and the Nusra Front, al-Qaida's affiliate in Syria.

Fars quoted political observers as saying that "the Russian fighter jets' attacks have an important message for Israel while Tel Aviv is trying to pretend that it has reached an agreement with Moscow on Syria's Southern skies."


A senior defense source said last month that the IDF and Russia set up a joint working group to coordinate their Syria-related activities in the aerial, naval, and electromagnetic arenas.

The source spoke soon after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot returned from a one-day visit to Moscow, following intensive meetings on Russia’s newly expanded military role in Syria.

According to foreign reports, the Israel Air Force has launched multiple air strikes in recent years to intercept Iranian and Syrian weapons that were on the way to Hezbollah storage facilities in Lebanon.

Israel has shared concerns with Russia that its interceptions could be compromised without military coordination.

Yaakov Lappin contributed to this report.


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