"..there are serious doubts about the potential of America and Israel’s «new strategy», says Minin rightfully.
One should also question, if any of those allegedly anti-Israeli minded jihadists from Jabhat al-Nusra others of their kind are in reality "anti-israeli minded" - I doubt it, as they fulfill the objective to weaken Syria as a state which serves Israel's interests. Israel 's strategy can also not be separated from US- and Western strategies.
Minin says himself:
"In many respects, these were nurtured by Israel itself, which was once (?) obsessed with the idea of overthrowing Bashar Assad no matter what. It should be noted that since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, more than 800 militants, including 28 leaders, have received medical help in Israeli hospitals, including the Rambam Medical Center in Haifa, where top-level officials are treated. How exactly «democrats» are to emerge in place of these al-Qaeda-ists, however, is unclear.
It is about time people understood that none of the various strategic equations in Syria can be solved without the involvement of Bashar Assad as both the most important figure in Damasus and the country’s president. The Syrian government does not need any kind of external intrusion against its enemies, enemies that were nurtured by the «suddenly enlightened» Western and Israeli strategists themselves.
Something different is required, namely that the US and its allies stop all inference in Syria’s affairs. Damascus will deal with the rebellion itself single-handed. That way it will be cheaper, and result in fewer victims.