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Search Results for: “Golan Heights ” (134 Results)

Hizbullah’s Golan Heights Front Loses its Leader

What Samir Kuntar was doing in Syria Read More »

Hizbullah’s Golan Heights Front

Hizbullah’s activities on the Golan Heights will likely escalate. Read More »

Syrian Rebel Document Confirms Iranian-Hizbullah Military Presence in Syrian Golan Heights

Iran and Hizbullah set up on the Syrian Golan. Read More »

Iran Launches “Hizbullah Syria” to Open a New Front Against Israel on the Golan Heights

“Hizbullah Syria” is a new vehicle for enhanced Iranian subversion in the Golan Heights Read More »

Defensible Borders on the Golan Heights

Israeli-Syrian negotiations in 1999-2000 discussed security arrangements to compensate Israel for the loss of the Golan Heights. The idea was to guarantee that in case of war, IDF forces could quickly return to the place where they are currently stationed. This analysis demonstrates that Israel does not possess a plausible solution to its security needs without the Golan Heights. Not only was the “solution” proposed in the year 2000 implausible at the time, but changing circumstances have rendered Israel’s forfeiture of the Golan today an even more reckless act. Read More »

Defensible Borders on the Golan Heights

Letters to the Editor: Defending the Golan Heights

exchange between Dore Gold, Shimon Shapira, Martin Indyk and Richard Haas on the subject of the Golan Heights. Read More »

The Golan Heights and the Syrian-Israeli Negotiations

Israeli negotiators will quickly discover three core areas in their discussions with the Syrians that they will not resolve easily: delineation of an agreed boundary, security arrangements, and the Syrian-Iranian alliance. The U.S. has given Israel repeated diplomatic assurances in the past that Israel will not have to come down from the Golan Heights. Read More »

The Golan Heights Legislation: A View From Within Israel

The Attack in the Golan Exposes Iran’s Growing Presence along Israel’s Borders

Three high-ranking Iranian generals on Israel’s Golan front has special meaning. Read More »

Iranian Forces on the Golan?

On May 26, 2013, the Iranian regime officially began to recruit Basiji fighters to fight with Assad’s troops in Syria. The Basij are the popular militia of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and serve as a reserve formation. Known […] Read More »

Israeli Security Policy in Syria

The attempted Hizbullah attack thwarted on the Golan Heights and the air strikes attributed the Israeli Air Force on against military targets in Syria join a series of similar incidents over the past three years. Read More »

The Ties Between the Nusra Front – the Syrian al Qaeda Affiliate – and Hamas

Does Hamas Chief Khaled Mashaal run two other jihadi groups now on the Golan Heights? Read More »

How the Changing Nature of Threats to Israel Affects Vital Security Arrangements

How do we resolve the dilemma of a peace agreement that includes handing over the Golan Heights to the Syrians, while facing the fact that Israel cannot be defended without the Golan Heights? The way around this was supposed to be a peace agreement with specific security arrangements. This approach was based on a number of misguided assumptions. Read More »

Defensible Borders for a Lasting Peace

Israel does not possess a plausible solution to its security needs without the Golan Heights. Read More »