According to recent reports, Netanyahu is upset over indications that a negotiated deal on the Syrian civil war that is being worked on by world powers would declare the Golan Heights as Syrian territory.
Last year, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin and expressed Israel’s “grave concerns” regarding the deal. Netanyahu stressed the sale will “only encourage Iranian aggression in the region” and “further undermine the stability of the Middle East.”
It may not be easy to find the Goldilocks solution where we don’t do too much as in Iraq or too little as in Syria, but until we have a serious debate about Iraq (and…Syria) and consider what needs to be learned from these conflicts, we will thrash around using false analogies and making bad judgments.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet at the upcoming 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris to discuss the increasing Islamic terror in Syria and across the globe.