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Currently Iran and Israel are more fixed over the situation with Syria, because Iran was using Syria to move rifles, ATGMs etc. to Syria to be given to Palestinian fighters in Lebanon, Gaza, etc. while Israel has been striking Iranian backed militias in Syria as well as hitting Syrian defense forces.
many ask why does Israel hit Syrian forces there even though they have nothing to do or not even care about the Iran-Israel situation. it's easy Israel is trying to show Assad if you help Iran in a potential war, we will take you out.

in some claims it is mentioned Iran has even moved some of their own Zelzal missiles and Mersad SAMs to target the FSA and even potentially try and take down Israeli forces.
then there was a report that 2 Israeli F-35Is were escorted between F-16Is and F-15Is over Syrian and Iranian airspace to show that they can reach their potential targets without alerting the 2 nations, but whether this event is true or not, it is be cautious for both Iran and Syria.
 

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Lifeline to Iran....These things give Iran more popularity..
Iran is there to slaughter innocent Syrians and build up another armed militias. Now Iran is under attack, it has to retaliate and as a result Israel launch major op against Syrians. LoL. If Iran is willing to attack Israel it would lunch some of its missiles on Israel directly from Iran.
 

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Erdogan takes the podium and lectures people on Palestine and the right of the Palestinians, Jerusalem, islam and muslims..etc but on the other hands enjoys the relationship with Israel.

Nothing matter when it comes to money, suddenly all the morals disappear. That is called hypocrisy.

 

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US Indicts 2 Israeli Operators of Darkweb Gateway
May 08, 2019
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U.S. law enforcement officials announced the arrest of two Israeli operators of a website that referred hundreds of thousands of users to underground internet marketplaces, such as AlphaBay Market, pictured here, which was seized by the FBI in 2017.

U.S. law enforcement officials announced the arrest of two Israeli operators of a website that referred hundreds of thousands of users to underground internet marketplaces, such as AlphaBay Market, pictured here, which was seized by the FBI in 2017.

U.S. law enforcement officials announced on Wednesday the indictment of two Israeli operators of a website that referred hundreds of thousands of users to underground internet marketplaces to purchase drugs, weapons and other illegal products.

Tal Prihar, 37, an Israeli citizen living in Brazil, and Michael Phan, 34, who lives in Israel, were indicted by a federal grand jury in Western Pennsylvania with money laundering in connection with operating DeepDotWeb, a website that served as a gateway to the Darkweb, the internet's dark underbelly where users can purchase and exchange illegal products.

Prihar was arrested by French authorities in Paris Monday and faces likely extradition to the U.S. Phan was arrested on Monday in Israel and faces charges there. Prosecutors declined to say whether they'll seek Phan's extradition to the U.S.

The two Israeli nationals operated DeepDotWeb from 2013 to late last month when it was taken down by the FBI, collecting more than $15 million in commissions for directing users to various marketplaces such as the now defunct AlphaBay.

The users, in turn, purchases hundreds of millions of dollars worth of illegal drugs, firearms, malicious software, hacking tools, and stolen financial information and credit cards, according to prosecutors.

About 24 percent of all orders on AlphaBay, which was one of the largest Darkweb marketplaces before it was seized by the FBI in 2017, were associated with an account created through a referral link provided by DeepDotWeb.

Scott W. Brady, the U.S. attorney for Western Pennsylvania, said DeepDotWeb's takedown represents a major blow to the Darknet economy.

"This is the single most significant law enforcement disruption of the Darknet to date," Brady said at a press conference in Pittsburgh. "While there have been successful prosecutions of various Darknet marketplaces, this prosecution is the first to attack the infrastructure supporting the Darknet itself."

Darknet marketplaces operate on Tor, a computer network that facilitates anonymous communication and transactions over the internet. Tor marketplaces can't be found via a Google search. To access a marketplace, a user needs the site's exact .onion url, a top level domain suffix designating an anonymous service reachable via the Tor network.

To address this problem, DeepDotWeb provided pages of hyperlinks to various marketplaces such as AlphaBay Market and Hansa Market, allowing users to navigate the marketplaces and collecting a commission each time a user made a purchase.


 

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Haunted by ‘Dirani’s Ghost,’ Israeli Soldier Was Diagnosed With PTSD
Saturday, 25 May, 2019



An Israeli soldier stands next to an armoured personnel carriers (APC) in a field in southern Israel, near the border with Gaza November 13, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen

Tel Aviv – Asharq Al-Awsat

An Israeli soldier who took part in the kidnapping of Mustafa Dirani from Lebanon in 1994 revealed that they were suffering from nightmares, lack of sleep and anxiety attacks.

The soldier, who remains unnamed, filed a lawsuit years ago, demanding they be recognized as a patient suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and be eligible for compensation.

Dirani was the former commander of the armed forces in the Lebanese Amal movement. In 1986, he helped abduct Israel Air Force navigator Ron Arad and later sold him to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards for money.

In 1994, an Israeli commando force kidnapped him from his home in a village in the Lebanese Bekaa Valley. He disclosed information about the kidnap, but had no conclusive intelligence on Arad’s whereabouts.

In 2004, Dirani was released as part of a prisoner exchange deal with Hezbollah.

Dirani was brutally tortured in Israeli custody. In 2013, he sued the Shin Bet for compensation, but the Israeli Supreme Court reversed the case following a three-year investigation.

The soldier suffering from PTSD was discharged from the army, but said he felt that the ghost of the Dirani was haunting him and giving him sleepless nights.

Despite undergoing psychological treatment, the veteran’s condition deteriorated. He received medical reports from private medical sources that he was seriously disabled.

It wasn’t until earlier this week that the soldier was recognized, in court, as disabled by war and became eligible for compensation.

 

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as long as Israeli strike not change strategic balance of war or not change anything on ground or not effect Iranian long term presence on ground, like what you see at moment taking place some usless ineffective Israeli strike which doesnt have any effect on ground( like in GaZa or Lebenon even after Israeli strikes the capabilities of Hezolah and Islamic_Jahad grows ) NO Iran want do anything, Iran dont mind losing life but they are looking at big picture in long term
 

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as long as Israeli strike not change strategic balance of war or not change anything on ground or not effect Iranian long term presence on ground, like what you see at moment taking place some usless ineffective Israeli strike which doesnt have any effect on ground( like in GaZa or Lebenon even after Israeli strikes the capabilities of Hezolah and Islamic_Jahad grows ) NO Iran want do anything, Iran dont mind losing life but they are looking at big picture in long term
As far as I know Israel has attacked multiple Iranians bases in Syria.

as long as Israeli strike not change strategic balance
But Russia is the only keeping the balance not Iran! and it has a communication channel with Israel for coordination.
 

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Arab League Warns of Israel's Violations at Aqsa Compound
Monday, 3 June, 2019

Israeli security forces stand guard as Palestinians take part in Friday prayers in occupied East Jerusalem. (Getty Images file photo)

Cairo - Sawsan Abou Hussein

The Arab League vehemently condemned Israel's decision to build more than 800 settlement units in occupied East Jerusalem.

Assistant Secretary-General for Palestinian territories and occupied Arab Lands Saeed Abu Ali warned of the Israeli settlers’ storming of the al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem, which took place under the strict protection of Israeli forces.

The forces had also fired rubber bullets and gas bombs at worshippers at the holy site.

He condemned the development as a new escalation that demonstrates Israel’s intention to “Judaize” the al-Aqsa.

Abu Ali stated that Israel’s approval to build new units is a resumption of the settlement besieging the occupied East Jerusalem and the displacement of Palestinian families, stressing that such measures violate all international resolutions, laws and conventions.

He castigated the international community's silence and the US support for Israel as encouraging the latter to continue its aggression against the Palestinians. He stressed that attempts to impose a status quo will not deter the Palestinians' will to fight the occupation and build an independent Palestinian state.

The Palestinian cause was a priority at last week’s three Makkah summits, which underlined support for Palestinian rights.


 

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