Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime is not in any immediate danger despite the heat on Damascus over the murder of ex-Lebanese Premier Rafik Hariri, Israel’s military intelligence chief said. In an interview with the Maariv newspaper published yesterday, General Aharon Zeevi said he believed Syria was involved in Hariri’s killing and accused Damascus of allowing bombs to be smuggled into Iraq to aid the insurgency. But while acknowledging the mounting international pressure on Assad, particularly from the United States, Zeevi said it was too soon to be writing him off. Full Story
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