Quneitra province reportedly agreed to capitulate and bussed to Idlib. It means soon we will see strange situation of Syria\Israel border guarded by Russians from both sides - Russian migrants from Israel Army side and Rus Mil police from Syria side....
Funny enough, Israel would probably trust Russia more than the UN to be on the other side.
Yep. Russia is more politically aligned with Israel than the UN, AND actually gives its troops a permission to use arms.
Yep, a sad day for the Western alliance when our politicians have their heads rammed so far up their own asses on the globalist politically correct bullshit that we cannot even function as an ally of Israel. I remember DADI saying that would be the case about 5 years ago, but I didn't believe him then...
When the west's (except the US) not too busy with their own problems, they can be good allies to Israel. I'm not complaining about them. The issue is the UN itself is practically castrated when it comes to using the combat power it is not-too-often given, and practically everywhere but the UNSC has managed to become a political lobbying group for the cruelest regimes.
I think the UN should just abandon its programs for maintaining peace-keeping forces that answer to some remote UN center, and instead request that certain countries deploy troops under their respective commands, and reward them by exempting them from certain participation payments to the UN. This way they may get fewer peace-keepers, but what they'll have will at least be able to get some results and not just something symbolic.
Yes, cut the UN out altogether.