Syria Rebel Leader Meets Israeli Deputy Minister in the Knesset

Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu (L) is greeted by his host and party colleague Ayoub Kara, as he attends an Israeli Druze celebration December 27, 2005 in the northern Israeli Druze town of Daliat al Carmel.
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The Jerusalem Post reports: Deputy Regional Cooperation Minister Ayoub Kara (above right) met with visiting Syria opposition leader Dr. Kamal al-Labwani in the Knesset on Sunday.

Labwani presented a new plan to control violence and terrorism near the Druse village of Hader, near Israel’s territory on the Golan Heights, as a pilot for calming other areas in Syria.

He added that this would help “prevent the world war that is coming.”

The Syrian opposition leader requested that Israel open its border to humanitarian aid.

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