MembersANALYSIS: Israel Left Alone In Effort to Stop Iran Nuclear Program

Israel knows it can ultimately rely on no one, not even America, to curb the threat emanating from Iran

By Yochanan Visser | | Topics: Iran
Iran's new hard-line president, Ebrahim Raisi, isn't fooling anyone when he claims his nuke program is "peaceful." Photo: EPA-EFE/ABEDIN TAHERKENAREH

At the beginning of September I wrote an analysis about how Iran is slowly but surely closing in on Israel.

The article dealt with Iran’s covert build-up of a force in Syria that is now slowly approaching the border with Israel on the Syrian Golan Heights.

The analysis, furthermore, mentioned the fact that the Islamic Republic is encircling Israel by using its various proxies in Lebanon, Syria and the Gaza Strip, where Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad are taking their orders from the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).

The latest news about the build-up of a force led by Hezbollah and the Quds Force in Syria is that Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad has given the green light to Iran to take over the Syrian Golan Heights, according to Israel’s N12 news site.

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett brought up this issue during his meeting with US President...

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