If only the President of the United States was brave enough to give Netanyahu such a warning. . . he would be crowned king of the world overnight.
Israel absolutely has legitimate national interests, and it should take every precaution to defend itself from the chaos in Syria, but when you go out of your way to make trouble in your neighbourhood by supporting terrorist groups like ISIS who enslave minorities, rape women, and brainwash children to be God's soldiers at age five then, sorry, but you're asking for it at that point. The same goes for Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and other countries in the region who are supporting ISIS.
An excerpt from, "France: seeking old mandate in Syria" by Sarkis Tsaturyan, Voltaire Network, October 6, 2015:
"The Israelis are in an uproar, especially after these words from Putin: “We respect Israel’s interests related to the Syrian civil war. But we are concerned about its attacks on Syria.” Translated from the language of diplomacy, this is a warning. Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon retorted, “Israel is not coordinating its operations in Syria with Russia.” He feels that the border between the Jewish state and the Arab Republic is the exclusive prerogative of Tel Aviv. The Kremlin is not contesting this position, which stems from the Israeli vision for the Middle East’s future borders (including Jabal al-Druze). The problem lies elsewhere. Without outside help, would Israel be prepared to survive a political earthquake in the Muslim world?"An excerpt from, "America Reels as Putin “Redline’s” Israel" by Gordon Duff, Veterans Today, October 13, 2015:
There was no mention of Israel during President Putin ‘s momentous UN speech. However, at the press conference afterward, things took on an unusual turn. There, President Putin announced an intelligence sharing relationship with Israel’ military high command based on what he noted was Israel’s national interests in the security of Syria.
Then he said something startling. We still have to discuss the problem of Israel’s air attacks (on Syria).
With President Assad’s official request, in accordance with international law, for military aid from Russia, Putin’s statement takes on a whole new meaning, particularly since Russia will be deploying advanced air defenses over Syria along with air superiority fighter aircraft.
The free reign of Israel, who has continually attacked the Syrian army in support of ISIS forces now known to be reinforced with as many as 800 specially trained Israeli Army commandos, may well be coming to an end.
Putin’s statement about dealing with Israel and their illegal air attacks on Syria was ignored by the world’s press. Putin’s tone, almost as an afterthought, was far from benign or innocent.
One reason the West chose to pretend it was unsaid is simple. Imagine President Obama coming to the American people about the Russian threat to Israel:
“Russia is threatening Israel with retaliation for their illegal support of the ISIS terror organization and their use of American weapons and munitions to help ISIS conquer the Middle East. America cannot allow such Russian interference and must continue to support not only the State of Israel but the ISIS and al Nusra terror organizations both in the Middle East and around the world as we have for decades.”