Israel benefitting from unrest in region
Press TV has conducted an interview with Massoud Shadjareh, the head of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, in Tehran, and Richard Millet, a journalist and political commentator in London, to discuss the ISIL attack on the Yarmouk camp in Syria.
Shadjareh says the ISIL was created, trained and financed and provided with equipment to do a mission in the region, adding that the equipment that the ISIL terrorists possess would not have entered the Middle East region if the intelligence services of the West had not allowed them to.
He says it is not accidental that the ISIL terrorist group does not target Israel, saying that Israel is benefiting from unrest in Libya, Iraq, Syria and elsewhere in the region.
Israeli officials such as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have said they prefer to deal with this extremist group than Islamic resistance in the region, Shadjareh says.