An Israel Today contributor interviews sources in the Golan Heights to verify a Syrian news report that Syrians were indeed cheering Israel’s destruction of ‘Iranian sites occupying Syrian territory’.
By Yochanan Visser
Support for Israel Growing among Syrians and Druze on Golan Heights
Reporting about Syria is a difficult job since there are few foreign reporters in the country due to the dangers they encounter, and because of the amount of fake news about the Syrian war, which is mainly coming from Iranian media and Syria’s state-controlled media.
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Masyaf, Syria (13 April 2019) Aftermath of IAF strike on Iranian weapons facility.-
Dubai woman traveling to West Bank goes into labor at Allenby border crossing, receives emergency medical assistance from an IDF Druse officer who delivered baby, named Hadi, after himself.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
An Arab woman who delivered her baby at the Israeli-Jordanian border crossing on Tuesday named the infant after the IDF officer who helped her give birth.
The woman from Dubai accompanied by the Israeli officer. – Photo: ARAB MEDIA
The woman, heading from Dubai to the West Bank, arrived at Allenby border crossing when suddenly she started feeling contractions. An Israeli IDF officer who was present at the scene gave her initial medical treatment at the border crossing, after which he accompanied her to a hospital in Jericho. Continue Reading »
Rabbi Yaakov Kermaier took the opportunity to bring Druze & Jews together for Jethro’s Shabbat, when the story of Moses’ father-in-law, and the founder of the Druze religion is told, after visiting the family of Zidan Seif, the brave Druze policeman who lost his life stopping the massacre at the hands of Palestinian terrorists in Jerusalem’s Har Nof synagogue.
By Rifat Erlich
Rinal Seif has worn only black for 13 months, during which she mourned the death of her husband the police officer, Master Sergeant Zidan Nahad Seif, who was killed while attempting to stop the terrorist attack at the synagogue in Jerusalem’s Har Nof neighborhood. Continue Reading »