السياسة الاسرائيلية اتجاه الازمة الأزمة السورية بعد عام 2011 ومكاسبها الاستثنائية
The research focused on the Israeli position on the Syrian crisis, on protecting its national security against any danger coming from any actor in Syria. On this basis, its stance towards the Syrian crisis was embodied in a state of anticipation with circumstantial interventions, direct and indirect, diplomatic and military, with a focus on the policy of complacency and silence regarding the relative weakening of the centralization of the Syrian regime, without expressing its clear position on its overthrow or its survival, as we concluded that As a result, the Israeli strategy faced several obstacles, either because of the limited Israeli capabilities in dealing with the crisis, or because of the nature of the relationship, interests, and entanglements that have arisen among international and regional players. There is also a state of uncertainty about what Tel Aviv might have achieved in limiting the influence of Iran and Hezbollah in Syria, whether in preventing or thwarting the military positioning there or in preventing the arrival of qualitative weapons to Hezbollah stores in Lebanon, and to understand the Israeli position on This crisis we relied on the inductive approach.
Keywords: The Syrian Crisis, Israel, the Golan, Bombing.
Dr. Ouassfi BEN MUSSA, Researcher in international relations, Abdelmalek Saadi University Tetouan – Kingdom of MOROCCO