The newly-laid IDF minefields near Majdal Shams were probably unmarked

The lack of reaction to this story is astonishing.

But, I will continue to pursue it as much as I can.

In the absence of any official confirmation, I can say that an Israeli friend has told me that the newly-laid IDF minefields in the occupied Golan were, and probably still are, unmarked. They were, I was told, laid between two rolls of barbed wire.

The Golan Heights were captured by Israel from Syria in the June 1967 war, and annexed by Israel in 1980, an act deemed “null and void” by the UNSC, though Israelis don’t care about such UN decisions…

No, the IDF was defending Israel’s borders, and its sovereignty, against unarmed demonstrators…

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