Former Defense Minister Admits Israel’s Tacit Alliance With ISIS In Syria

Monday, April 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

Carol Adl
April 24, 2017

Former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon has admitted to a tacit alliance between Israel and ISIS, saying the terrorist group had “immediately apologized” to Tel Aviv after firing “once” into Israel.

The attack he referred to was never reported in Israeli media. The information was either placed under a gag order or under military censorship.

There have been extensive media reports however on Israeli commando missions inside Syria to rescue wounded ISIS militants but for a senior official to acknowledge a link with the terrorists is unprecedented.

Ya’alon served as defence minister in the current government up until he had a falling out with Netanyahu.

Press TV reports:

Ya’alon’s explosive revelation came during an interview reported Saturday on Israeli Channel 10’s website, content portal Mako, which acts as a gateway to Israeli media outlets and websites.

Mako also incorporated footage of the event in the northern city of Afula, during which the former military affairs chief was seen describing an occasion in which Syria-based Daesh terrorists had fired into the Golan Heights.

Golan is a Syrian territory, which Tel Aviv has been occupying since 1967 and lays claim on it as its own property. Save some rare alleged rocket attacks from Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, for which Daesh has reportedly claimed responsibility and have not resulted in any human injury or losses, the group has generally refused to target either Israel or the territories under its occupation.

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