Whose Side Are They On? – Israel Admits ISIS “Apologized” for Attacking IDF Soldiers…(11:40…5th AND 6th Hack…Gonna Take A Break…)

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Matt Agorist
April 25, 2017

On Sunday, Al Jazeera TV reported Israeli airstrikes killed an unknown number of Syrian soldiers at a weapons depot in rural Quneitra province. When asked to confirm the strike, an Israeli army spokeswoman did not deny it, and only declined to comment. In spite of this alleged strike, and others in the past, the Israeli government asserts that they maintain a policy of “neutrality” in Syria. If this is true, then why has ISIS apologized to Israel for accidentally opening fire on IDF soldiers?

According to former Israeli Defense Minister, Moshe Ya’alon, Tel Aviv remains so “neutral” in the Syrian conflict that even Islamic State terrorists have, on at least one occasion, “apologized” to Israel for mistakenly attacking IDF soldiers in the occupied Golan Heights.

While addressing Israel’s role of “neutrality” in the region, Ya’alon inadvertently admitted they maintain an open line of communication with IS forces.

“There was one case recently where Daesh opened fire and apologized,” Ya’alon said, as quoted by the Times of Israel.

According to the Times, Israel and much of the Western world considers the Islamic State affiliate in the Syrian Golan Heights, known as the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, to be a terrorist group. Communication with them is technically illegal under Israeli law, constituting contact with an enemy agent.

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