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>> Waving white cloth, dozens of Syrians trudge toward the Israeli frontier on the Golan Heights, Tuesday.>>
]>> In an apparent attempt to ask for help as Russian backed Syrian forces close in on one of the last remaining rebel strongholds in the south of the country. They turned back after Israeli forces warned them to go before something bad happens.
Hamdon, the tens of thousands of Syrians that have arrived on Israel's doorsteps have no where left to turn, which leaves them approaching a country they are technically still at war with. The offensive has triggered the single biggest displacement of the war, with several hundred thousand people uprooted. Both Israel and Jordan have said they will not allow Syrians to cross into their territory.
Israel, which seized the Golan in the 1967 middle east war, is giving aid to encampments close by. While nervously watching as a war that's raged for nearly seven years, creeps closer.