Israel Rescues Al-Qaeda Terrorists From Syria
Israel is sending military vehicles into Syria to pick up wounded Al-Qaeda terrorists involved in the fight against the Syrian Army before patching them up and sending them back into battle, another startling example of how the Zionist state is working with its supposedly sworn enemies to topple President Bashar Al-Assad.
That's a not a claim being made by Iranian or Syrian state media, it's calmly admitted in a report by the staunchly pro-Israel DebkaFile.
"Israel has set up a large field hospital near the Tel Hazakah observation and military post on Golan which overlooks southern Syria and northern Jordan. There, incoming Syrian war wounded are vetted and examined by Israeli army medics who decide whether to patch them up and send them back, or judge them badly hurt enough for hospital care. The seriously hurt are moved to one of the the nearest Israeli hospitals in Safed or Haifa," states the report.
The report notes that the wounded fighters are probably being rescued by unmarked "Israeli army vehicles" that are "entering Syria to pick up injured rebels."
In addition to the latest information, an AFP report from March also documented how the IDF had set up a "military field hospital" at army outpost 105 in the Golan Heights in order to rescue and treat FSA fighters.
By treating and rehabilitating wounded FSA militants and Al-Qaeda terrorists, Israel is aiding the very same rebels who have burned Israeli flags in public and vowed to crush the Zionist regime once they are finished toppling Bashar Al-Assad.
Multiple reports now confirm that the primary frontline militants in Syria fighting against Assad's forces are members of the Al-Qaeda group Jabhat al-Nusra which "killed numerous American troops in Iraq," and is now leading western-backed rebel forces in Syria. After the organization was declared a terrorist group by the US State Department, 29 different US-backed Syrian opposition groups pledged their allegiance to al-Nusra.
The DebkaFile report admits that Jabhat al-Nusra fighters are now heavily concentrated, "in the 8 sq. km separation zone on the Golan" from where the Israeli military is rescuing them for medical treatment.
According to Egyptian and Jordanian intelligence sources, Israel’s air strike on Syria was this past weekend was also timed to precede an Al-Qaeda-led rebel offensive against President Bashar Al-Assad’s forces, who had been scoring major military victories up until that point.
A May 8 London Guardian report notes how Jabhat al-Nusra is "emerging as the best-equipped, financed and motivated force fighting Bashar al-Assad's regime," and how droves of FSA fighters are now joining its ranks.
Attempts by the west to make a distinction between FSA rebels and Al-Qaeda terrorists in order to justify shipments of heavy weaponry are becoming increasingly discredited given the fact that Jabhat al-Nusra is now easily the most dominant fighting force, meeting "every day" with FSA rebels and training them how to build car bombs. As al-Nusra's influence has grown, so have the number of atrocities, from sectarian murders, to beheadings, to terrorist attacks targeting schools and other civilian infrastructure.
Tel Aviv's support for Al-Qaeda makes little sense until one accepts the fact that both the US and Israel routinely exploit the presence of Al-Qaeda militants in any given region as a pretext for military intervention, whether those militants are fighting on the same side, as in Libya and Syria, or on the opposite side as in Mali.
The United States and Israel have also armed and funded Al-Qaeda-affiliated groups in Iran to carry out bombings and assassinations for years.
NATO powers also openly armed and funded the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Libyan Islamic FIghting Group to topple Colonel Gaddafi in 2011, a policy that directly contributed to the assault on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi (which itself was likely a cover for clandestine arms shipments to Syrian rebels).
It was also recently revealed that the State Department hired Al-Qaeda-linked militants to "defend" the diplomatic mission in Benghazi that was later attacked. State Department officials who blocked efforts to help Americans under assault later tried to hide Al-Qaeda's involvement in the attack.
Not only has Israel supported Al-Qaeda-led rebels in Syria, but back in 2002 Israel was caught actually creating an Al-Qaeda group in order to justify attacks on Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The west's narrative in Syria, that the fight against Assad is an organic uprising of oppressed Syrians, has been completely decimated despite the best efforts of the establishment media to maintain the myth.
Now that it is becoming abundantly clear that the US, UK and Israel are directly supporting Al-Qaeda terrorists in order to achieve a long planned regime change, NATO powers are scrambling to arm the rebels before their last shreds of legitimacy are torn asunder.