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Seen From An Israeli Hilltop, A Panorama Of Potential Threats

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In the upheaval along their border, Israelis see potential threats from nearly all angles. Hezbollah's involvement in Syria, the jihadi groups spilling into Jordan and, just a little farther along, Iraq's recent violence all present significant challenges to Israel's security.
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