As the Syrian conflict continues to rage, international tension in the region is reaching yet another high point. Israel has been accused of actively contributing to the rebels' war efforts by attacking the military strongholds of Assad's forces. Another neighboring nation, Turkey, became involved when Syrian government forces shot down a Turkish fighter jet in June 2012. Turkey has been accused of supplying rebel forces with arms on multiple occasions, as well as Syria claiming to have arrested multiple Turkish fighter pilots in rebel stronghold Aleppo.
The international public eye has generally held more sympathies for the rebel forces, who started out demanding fair elections, but the...
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