The history of Syria's relation with Israel after 1967

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Against most Fears
By Moshe Maoz, Yediot Ahronot, 17 December 1995. Israeli fears that a peace settlement involving withdrawal from Golan Heights will give Syria a strategic advantage.
This Ain't the Road of Peace
By Tanya Reinhart, Yediot Axaronot, 16 January 2000. Without the Golan Heights, Syria will not lift a finger against the Hizbolla guerilla forces that fight the Israeli army in Lebanon, and if Israel withdraws from Lebanon without peace with Syria, there is no guarantee that the Hizbolla will not direct fire to the Northern-Galilee parts of Israel.
Israel Braced For Possible War With Syria
By Uzi Mahnaimi, Tel Aviv, Sunday Times, (UK), 17 December 2000. The Israeli Defence Force (IDF) fears the conflict with Palestine could spread beyond Israel's borders to involve Syria and risk triggering a spiral of confrontation in the region. Hezbollah, the Syrian-backed Lebanese militia, launched attacks across the border. The army believes Hezbollah could decide to support the Intifada.
What's behind the Israeli air attacks?
By Hans Lebrecht, People's Weekly World, April 2001. During the evening of April 15, U.S.-made Israeli fighter planes destroyed a radar station in Lebanon, manned by Syrian troops. The Israeli rulers have always maintained their right to access Lebanese air space. With this attack, Israel purposely enters a new phase of aggression.
Damascus promises revenge for Israeli attack on Syrian military
AFP, 16 April 2001. The raid was the first deliberate attack by Israel upon Syrian forces since 1982. Syria has deployed troops in Lebanon since 1976 and currently maintains some 35,000 troops there.