IDF keeping a close eye on the developments in Syria

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As the war in Syria draws to an end, the rebel forces are no longer on the border with Israel and different factors are coming in to play.
Iran and Russia are trying to acquire assets in Syria and strengthen their presence in the Syrian southwest, adjacent to the Israeli border. One of the consequences of the civil war in Syria is the deployment of Hezbollah in Syria – a challenge to the IDF and to Israeli security.
As part of its efforts to counter this challenge – the IDF has established a new intelligence unit in the Golan Heights. For the first time, the IDF will have a separate unit in charge of gathering and analyzing all the information in one area.
The new unit uses surveillance devices, High Definition cameras and an array of sensors monitoring movements on the other side of the border.

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