In an interview with the Times of Israel, the former Israeli Defense Minister (DM), Moshe Ya’alon, accidentally admitted that Israel completely controls ISIS and that terror brigade pose no risk to the Jewish regime in Tel-Aviv.
At least on one occasion ISIS apologized for mistakenly attacking IDF soldiers in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights. Later Ya’alon’s office refused elaborate the story. The IDF also declined to comment, because under Israeli law any communication with terrorists is considered illegal.
While the official Israeli position is pursuing neutrality in the Syrian conflict, Tel-Aviv has been engaged in striking Syrian army targets on multiple occasions. Finally in March this year, Tel-Aviv did confirm conducting air strikes on several military and civilians targets in Syria.
For now we can assume that these terrorists are fighting for Israel, because wherever the Syrian army is advancing, the IDF conducts air strikes on certain strategic positions. Israel order attacks in one form or another to provide ISIS and Al Qaeda with assistance, in order to stop the Syrian army’s momentum.
If the ‘terrorists’ aren’t part of the regular Israeli army, they are fighting for Israel. The Jewish regime has common goals with Turkey, France, Qatar, Britain, Saudi Arabia and the hostile United States.
Whatsupic / AA Magnum News 2017.