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Report: Netanyahu Has Plan to End Syria Crisis, Sans Iran

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By    |   Tuesday, 26 March 2019 12:31 PM

A proposal to resolve the Syria crisis was presented by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Russia and the United States, a trilateral approach which boots Iran out of the country, according to a report in The Times of Israel.

Russia's Vladimir Putin has shown interest in the plan, according to a senior Israeli official in the report.

Netanyahu has since presented President Donald Trump with the trilateral plan that "would see Iran removed from Syria, the official says, refusing to elaborate," per the Times.

President Trump has positioned himself squarely pro-Israel, having moved the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Israel's capital of Jerusalem and recognized Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

According to the Times, the leader of the Hezbollah terrorist group now predicts Trump will move to recognize Israel's sovereignty over the West Bank – land that has long been under dispute with the Palestinians.

"We should expect that Trump will recognize Israel's sovereignty over the West Bank," Hassan Nasrallah said, according to the report. "When the world allowed Trump to usurp Jerusalem and declare it as Israel's eternal capital, it opened the door to every violation by the Americans and Trump. This is a pivotal event in the Arab-Israeli conflict.

"Those who are still hesitant must become convinced that resistance is the only choice for the Syrians to recover the Golan, for the Lebanese to recover the Shebaa Farms and the Kfarshouba Hills, and for the Palestinians to get their rights."

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A proposal to resolve the Syria crisis was presented by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Russia and the United States, a trilateral approach which boots Iran out of the country, according to a report in The Times of Israel.
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