TEHRAN (FNA)- Media sources said that Israeli intelligence officers have been recruiting hundreds of mercenaries from terrorist groups in Syria, specially from Fatah al-Sham (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) to form a new militant army to intensify fight against Damascus.
“Israeli intelligence officers contact the militants, mostly form Fatah al-Sham, at Israel’s border with Syria to gain preliminary information about them, then they ask them to communicate with these officers individually to go to the Israeli territories. The Israeli officers offer a large amount of money to these militants to join the new force to fight against the Syrian government,” an informed sources told al-Safir.
“Israel, with this project, does not want to form a simple intelligence group at border with Syria. They want to establish a new army of militants to fight against the Syrian government forces,” they added.
On Tuesday, Knesset member, Akram Hasson said Fatah al-Sham Front was bombing the Syrian Druze village of Khadr with Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman’s support and protection.
SOURCES: News Now/FARSNEWS