Likud’s جواب: نہیں، یہ آئی ایس آئی کی شام کو کنٹرول کرنے کی اجازت دے گیIsrael does not intervene in the Syrian civil war but will not allow attacks from the country to be launched at Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) said Wednesday, a day after he met Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss Syria and other regional issues.
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“You ask about the future of [Israel’s] relations with President [Bashar] Assad? I would ask what is the future of President Assad in general?” Netanyahu told Russian Jewish leaders. “We do not interfere in this issue. We’re making sure that Syria won’t become a launchpad for attacks against Israel.”Source
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Meretz [political party]’s جواب: نہیں، یہ آئی ایس آئی کی شام کو کنٹرول کرنے کی اجازت دے گیماضی میں میں نے شام میں بین الاقوامی مداخلت کے لئے بلایا، لیکن میں یہ نہیں دیکھ رہا کہ آج آج ہو رہا ہے اور اسرائیل اس طرح کی حرکت کو فروغ دینے کی بہت کم صلاحیت رکھتا ہے. یہاں تک کہ یہاں نتنیاہ کے لئے ایک اچھا لفظ بھی کہنا چاہیے، جو اس جنگ میں داخل ہونے سے احتیاط سے گریز کرتے...Source
The Jewish Home’s جواب: نہیں، یہ آئی ایس آئی کی شام کو کنٹرول کرنے کی اجازت دے گیI asked Minister Bennett what should be the Israeli response to the carnage happening in Syria. Bennett denies Israeli military intervention, but outlines three principles: a zero-tolerance policy for any harm to Israel, preventing Syria from serving as a base of supplies to Hezbollah, and most importantly - at the end of the war Iran is not on the Syrian border. "Iran sits on the Lebanese border, as Hizbullah, it is to some extent also at the Gazan border with Hamas, we will not accept an Iranian presence on the Syrian border, too."
But the presence of the Russian and Russian-Assad-Iran axis stand in contrast to those three principles, I would argue. Not necessarily, he says. The situation is much more complex. "How we get to that I would rather not expand".
Even military involvement?
"Absolutely not. We have political tools, relations with Russia and the United States, and also with some Arab states. We are a national power in the Middle East. We have a basket of tools that give the ability to promote the desired policy."Source
Yisrael Beiteinu [political party]’s جواب: نہیںIn a meeting with European diplomats on Wednesday, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (leader of Israel Beitenu) reassured Syria that his country has no intention of intervening in its civil war, but confirmed, without specifically addressing the Syrian allegations, that Israel was working to prevent arms transfers from its northern neighbor.Source
Hadash’s جواب: نہیںThe Hadash party — one of four parties that makes up the Joint (Arab) List faction in the Knesset — came under fire after one its officials declared support for the Syrian government’s brutal advance in Aleppo.
The comments on the Hadash Facebook page written Friday by Adal Amar, who heads the party’s Communist faction, also stirred angry debate over its position on the Syrian civil war.
“The reunification of the city of [Aleppo] from terror organizations is a turning point… in defeating the imperialist and reactionary assaults on nations of this region,” Amar wrote.
“The reunification of [Aleppo] ends plans to divide Syria, and reflects the failure of US, Turkish, Saudi and Qatari strategy and their inability to continue protecting terror organizations that devastated Syria and ruled over civilians with terror,” he said.Source