Wednesday October 14, 2015
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For Israel, double trouble in Syrian WMDs, jihadis on border

According to reports, Israel would take part in a joint military effort against the weapons of mass destruction, together with armed forces from the U.S., Jordan and Turkey • Israeli intelligence official: The only thing keeping Assad in power is the Syrian Air Force, but even this power is being eroded as rebels down more and more warplanes and helicopters • Foreign jihadis massing along Golan border.

Yoni Hirsch, Shlomo Cesana, Daniel Siryoti and News Agencies

Israeli tanks in the Golan Heights during a recent alert due to a spillover of the fighting in Syria into Israeli territory.
Photo credit: GINI
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is said to be ready to give up on defeating the rebels.
Photo credit: AP
Syrians walk past damaged homes during heavy fighting between Free Syrian Army fighters and government forces in Aleppo, Syria, Tuesday
Photo credit: AP
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