Sunday, June 21, 2015

Israel and Al-Qai`dah terrorists in Syria

"Much of what the indictment calls “secret Israeli army activity” is blacked-out in the document, and al-Makt’s lawyer declined to comment. But Yamin Zidan, his former attorney, who wasn’t allowed to represent him at the trial because he lacked security clearance, believes the full indictment, if disclosed, would reveal what Israel is really up to in Syria. “The conversations,” he says, “show the level of cooperation between Israel and the rebels against Assad.”...There’s also a low-level ISIS presence. But the main force operating in the area, Israeli sources say, is Nusra." (thanks Fred)