Two Israelis work at the Pelter Winery in Kibbutz Ein Zivan in the Israeli-held Golan Heights, less than a mile from the Quneitra crossing, September 10, 2014. Islamist rebels seized the Syrian side of the crossing in recent battles with government troops. The winery was hit by a stray Syrian tank shell last Saturday. (Quique Kierszenbaum/McClatchy)
Two Israelis work at the Pelter Winery in Kibbutz Ein Zivan in the Israeli-held Golan Heights, less than a mile from the Quneitra crossing, September 10, 2014. Islamist rebels seized the Syrian side of the crossing in recent battles with government troops. The winery was hit by a stray Syrian tank shell last Saturday. (Quique Kierszenbaum/McClatchy) McClatchy
Two Israelis work at the Pelter Winery in Kibbutz Ein Zivan in the Israeli-held Golan Heights, less than a mile from the Quneitra crossing, September 10, 2014. Islamist rebels seized the Syrian side of the crossing in recent battles with government troops. The winery was hit by a stray Syrian tank shell last Saturday. (Quique Kierszenbaum/McClatchy) McClatchy

New reality for Israelis on Golan Heights: Islamists now control the other side

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