The former head of the notorious Israeli regime’s spy agency, Mossad, has admitted that the regime provides medical aid to Al Qaeda affiliated al-Nusra Front terrorists on the Syrian border.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Efraim Halevy outrageously said he is not concerned that Israel had treated terrorists of al-Nusra Front in Syria. “It’s always useful […] to deal with your enemies in a humane way,” Halevy says.
When pressed on whether he believed the assistance was purely humanitarian, Halevy responds, “I didn’t say there’s no tactical [consideration]. I said the main consideration, the immediate consideration is humane.”
Halevy also says he would not support the treatment of wounded Hezbollah fighters because the Israeli regime had been targeted by Hezbollah, but “not specifically targeted by al-Qaeda”.
Last December, Britain’s Daily Mail exposed a video of Israeli commandos entering Syrian territory to rescue several wounded Al-Nusra Front terrorists and retreating to aid the terrorists within Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
The report revealed that the Israeli regime has saved the lives of at least 2,000 terrorists at the cost of $13 million. The Israeli regime has also been assisting the terrorists by conducting airstrikes against Syrian government and Hezbollah positions in Syria. However this new video shows direct cooperation between the Israeli regime and the Takfiri terrorists.
Several reports in the past have also revealed that the Israeli regime has rescued and treated in its hospitals ISIS terrorists wounded in Syria.
The Tel Aviv regime has a long history of supporting terrorist groups against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over the past few years of turmoil in the Arab country.
Reports say Israel has set up field hospitals in the occupied Syrian territory of the Golan Heights for the treatment of injured terrorists.
The foreign-sponsored conflict in Syria, which flared in March 2011, has thus far claimed the lives of nearly half a million people and left over one million injured.
Syrian government says terrorists in the country are backed by the US and its regional allies including the Israeli regime, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.