FSA, Israel Coordinating in Southern Syria
The Arabic-language al-Watan quoted well-informed sources as saying that the representatives of Israel and FSA have had several meetings in recent days to coordinate attacks on the positions of Jeish Khalid Bin Walid affiliated to the ISIL in Hawz al-Yarmouk region in Southern Syria.
The daily went on to say that Israeli agents had assured FSA of regular intelligence and aerial back up for them in the incoming operation against ISIL.
The sources told al-Watan that the Israeli forces are due to support the FSA with their drones and mid-range ground-to-ground missiles.
The Israeli drones backed up the FSA in a battle with the ISIL codenamed Ahl al-Arz near the town of Tasil in Western Dara’a on November 28.
The FSA won the battle in Tasil.
Some of the analysts believe that recent meetings between the FSA and Tel Aviv representative testify deep relation between the terrorist group and Israel that is providing significant supports for the terrorists in the region.
An Arab media outlet reported in mid-November that members of the FSA started heavy infighting in Quneitra province in Southwestern Syria over the distribution of Israeli-supplied aid package.
The Arabic-language al-Watan daily quoted dissident-affiliated websites as saying that a number of the FSA militants started infighting over how to distribute aid as they were receiving three Israeli vehicles with a cargo of flour bags from Commander of Tajamo al-Ahrar Abu Yazan al-Jabileh and Commander of Tajamo Abu Hamza al-Na’eimi Abu Tariq al-Qadir at gates of al-Dareeyat region.
It added that the Israeli missile units shelled the road connecting the villages of al-Ma’alaqa and al-Rafid in Southern Quneitra following the escalation among the FSA terrorists.
The road was cut off due to the heavy fire of Israeli forces, al-Watan added.
Israeli forces have been providing financial, logistic, weaponry and medical supports for the terrorists in Southern Syria.
In the meantime, the Israeli hospitals have been admitting and curing a large number of Syria’s injured terrorists.