The Alawite region (of the Syrian president, Bashar El-Assad) has been recognized as part of the Shiite although the Sunni consider them as non-Muslims. When the uprising against Assad began, he was rescued by the Shiite government of Iran and its Lebanese satellite, Hezbollah. While Russia was shooting against ISIS from the air (the US in IRAQ), someone had to conduct the operations on land. Besides the Lebanese of Hezbollah, Iran organized groups of Afghan Shiite soldiers with hundreds of members of the Pasdaran or the Revolutionary Guard. The Shiite dream was to create a Shiite half-moon, from Teheran, passing through a Shiite Iraq, following to Syria, now in their hands, and Russia, for existential needs, ending in Lebanon, already an Iranian satellite with Hezbollah (2019) With Bashar El-Assad remaining in power, Iran continues its intentions to build precision missile factories in Syrian territory to provide to Hezbollah, to open another front against Israel on the Syrian side of Golan Heights and to use the national platforms of Assad to deliver weapons to its ally. In order to frustrate Iran’s plans, Israel has executed dozens of attacks against Iranian capacity in Syria, coordinating with Russia and trying to avoid the death of Russian soldiers (not always with success). Moreover, Israel has modified its ambiguity policy, recognizing that in many cases the authorship for these attacks possibly to provoke an open confrontation with Iran. Probably, Israel prefers a confrontation now, when Iran is not totally settled in Syria, and while Russia does not act to defend them. If a conflagration occurs, it is probable that Israel will also attack infrastructure in Lebanon, a country that allows the action of those who govern the country de facto: Hezbollah.