Israel is watching the unrest in its northern neighbour Syria with concern.
Syria has fought several wars with Israel and has close ties with Iran, and the militant groups Hezbollah and Hamas.
The occupied Golan Heights are now seeing ripples from the protest wave sweeping the Arab world and many people are wondering what the uprising could mean for Israel.
Recently around 1,000 Syrian Druze, who live under Israeli occupation, took to the streets in the village of Boqata.
But they were not calling for change in Syria. They were out to back the Syrian president.