Tension at the Syrian-Israeli Border. Tanks and anti-missile installations have been put in place, and even the vast shelters have been opened. In northern Israel, on the border with Syria, the tension is running high, reports the Right News.
Israel fears that Iran will take revenge for air strikes. And the American line through the Iran deal puts relations even more sharply.
Within two hours of Trump’s decision, missiles hit a military position in the Syrian capital Damascus. The target was an arms repository of the Iranian Republican Guard, fighting on the side of the Syrian regime.
Some eight Iranians would have died. Israel would be behind the rocket attack, but the country denies that.
In spite of this, defensive was scaled up sharply on the Israeli side of the border. “Everywhere are soldiers,” says correspondent Arlene Gelderblom.