Washington has strongly backed the Libyan opposition since a revolutionary wave engulfed the state. It's now equally enthusiastic in its support AGAINST Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad. But the concern is whether America's decision to take sides could backfire on its closest Middle East ally - Israel. RT's Gayane Chichakyan looks at the possible repercussions of U.S. policy.
Israel's strained relations with Turkey and Egypt threaten to leave it dangerously isolated from the whole region.
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