Divide, but don’t conquer: What the press is saying about Syria and Gaza – The Times of Israel

1. Port of kill: Israeli planes have been bombing targets in Syria for a long time — nearly a decade. But an attack on the port of Latakia strikes the media in Israel as something new.
2. Good fences, not so good neighbors: Iran may be an evolving challenge, but at least Israel can put a pin in its Hamas problem for a few minutes, now that a barrier along the Gaza border has been completed.
3. Getting the kids to alright: Israel Hayom leads off with the news that the Health Ministry is launching a new initiative meant to help kids who’ve been hurt by the coronavirus crisis, announced by Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz at a conference put on by, who else, Israel Hayom.
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