Israel won’t allow IS to open new border front, says PM Benjamin Netanyahu


Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that Israel will not allow a new "front of terror" in the Golan Heights, a day after Islamic State (IS) militants clashed with Israeli soldiers.

"There have been endeavors to assault our strengths," Netanyahu said on Monday, alluding to the shooting and mortar assault propelled by IS aggressors close to the Israeli-Syrian verge on Sunday.

"We won't permit radical Islam to open a front against us in the Golan Heights. Israel won't permit any sprinkle of strikes, and will assault if essential.

On Sunday, IS activists shot at Israeli warriors from an automatic weapon mounted truck. Israel immediately reacted with an airstrike, murdering four shooters in the vehicle.

 Furthermore, Israel`s Air Force struck a compound utilized by IS aggressors as a part of the southern Syrian Golan Heights on Sunday night.