Op-ed: If Thursday’s strike in Syria was indeed carried out by the IDF, then it was a message from Israel that it makes good on its threats. Assuming the Iranians will now speed up their plans for missile factories in Lebanon, will Israel risk launching a military confrontation against Hezbollah or hold back out of fear of escalation?


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