After the Russian warplanes flew over the occupied Golan Heights, ‘Israel’ expressed its fears of any possible clash between the Russian and the Zionist air forces over the Syrian territories.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon acknowledged “that a Russian jet had flown over the Golan Heights recently, and that it returned back after it was warned by the Zionist fighters.
This Zionist fear was augmented after Turkey downed the Russian warplane over Latakia, driving the two area to be on the edge of a large scale confrontation.
The Zionist analysts also expressed their worries as Russia deployed the S-400 rocketry system in the Syrian province of Latakia, considering that this development must be taken into consideration in any possible war against Syria or Hezbollah.
Amos Gilad, the director of the political-security division in the Israeli Defense Ministry said, “Russian air force pilots at times over the Golan Heights.”
Gilad noted that the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and the Russian president Vladimir Putin set the main rules of coordination between the two sides.
Tel Aviv informed Moscow that attacking the Zionist entity and transmitting sophisticated weaponry to Hezbollah are considered “red lines” with respect to ‘Israel’, he added.