Report: 'Israel Fears Trump May See Job as Done in Syria, Leave Israel Alone to Face Iran'Chris Menahan
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Israel's top military officials fear President Trump may see his "job as done in Syria" and pull out of the nation, effectively leaving Israel "alone to face the dangers posed by Iran."
From The Times of Israel:
While Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu firmly backed the US-led airstrikes on Syria in the wake of its use of chemical weapons, Israeli security chiefs made clear on Saturday night that Israel fears the Trump Administration will now consider that its work in Syria is done, and leave Israel alone to face the dangers posed by Iran’s growing military presence in Syria.Haaretz reported on Saturday that President Trump's National Security Advisor John Bolton "coordinated the US-led airstrikes in Syria with Israel."
"The White House was in touch with Jerusalem ahead of the overnight airstrikes on Syria," Haaretz reported. "U.S. President Donald Trump's new national security adviser, John Bolton, spoke in the last few days with his Israeli counterpart, Meir Ben Shabbat, to coordinate details of the U.S.-led attack on Syria, which took place early Saturday morning."
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