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>> A new unease grips the Israeli-Syrian border, after Saturday saw an escalation in the conflict. It all started when anti-aircraft fire downed an Israeli warplane. Israel's following show of force, the biggest confrontation to take place between Israel and Duran, in this seven-year Syrian war. This is the wreckage of the F-16, it was shot down during it's return to Israel after a bombing raid on Iranian and Syrian targets in Syria.
Both pilots survived the crash, but one is said to be in a critical condition. Israel says it sent the jets over the border, in response to an Iranian drone flying from Syria, into Israeli air space. And later released this footage, which is as shows the drone in Israeli territory.
>> Israel hit back with force, launching multiple attacks on Syrian soil. Iranian and Duran backed forces have established a major foot-hold in Syria, fighting in support of Syria's President, Bashar Al-Assad. Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has entered the fray, according to news agency, Interfax. In a telephone call, he urged Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
To avoid any steps that would lead to a new confrontation in the region. The flashpoint has raised fears, Syria's multi-sided civil war could take on a new dimension. Netanyahu says his country will continue to defend itself, against any attack. The Pro-Assad alliance pledged a strong response to what it described, as any Israeli terrorist action.