The Wall Street Journal reported that the Zionist entity has been providing terrorists in Syria's Golan Heights with a steady flow of funds and medical supplies as part of Tel Aviv's involvement in the bloody conflict.
Citing half a dozen militant commanders and three members informed with the ‘Israeli' thinking, the paper said Israel's "secret engagement" in the war aims to install a buffer zone on the Syrian border with elements friendly to Tel Aviv.
The report quoted senior ‘Israeli' journalist and analyst Ehud Ya'ari as saying that the Zionist operation in the occupied Golan Heights started under former minister of military affairs Moshe Ya'alon.
‘Israel' established a special military unit in 2016 to oversee and coordinate the transfer of aid to militants, the paper said, adding that the aid helps pay salaries of the terrorists and buy weapons and ammunition.
"'Israel' stood by our side in a ‘heroic' way," a spokesman for the terrorist group Fursan al-Joulan, Moatasem al-Golani, said, adding "We wouldn't have survived without ‘Israel's' assistance."
The commander identified by the nom de guerre Abu Suhayb who leads the terrorist group told the Journal that he receives about $5,000 a month from the ‘Israeli' entity.
Fursan al-Joulan which has approximately 400 militants in Quneitra province situated in the Golan Heights said at least four allied militant groups also receive ‘Israeli' aid.
‘Israel' seized the Golan Heights from Syria after the 1967 Six-Day War and later occupied it in a move that has never been recognized by the international community.
Syria has been gripped by foreign-backed militancy since March 2011. The Syrian government says the Tel Aviv regime and its Western and regional allies are aiding terrorist groups wreaking havoc in Syria.
Last April, Syrian officials and locals confiscated a vehicle loaded with ‘Israeli'-manufactured weapons bound for Daesh [the Arabic acronym for the Takfiri ‘ISIS/ISIL' group] terrorists in the Arab country's southern province of Suwayda. The vehicle was heading to the eastern Badiya desert from eastern Dara'a Province.
The ‘Israeli' apartheid regime has been treating the wounded militants from Syria in its medical centers and hospitals since the outbreak of the conflict in March 2011. Syrian sources have frequently reported that after receiving treatment at the ‘Israeli' hospitals, the militants return to Syria to continue their acts of sabotage and terror.
‘Israel' has spent millions of dollars for the treatment of militants injured in fighting with Syrian government forces, documents from ‘Israeli' hospitals have shown.
The regime has also carried out multiple attacks on Syrian government positions since the militancy erupted in 2011. Damascus says the raids aim to help Takfiri militants fighting against government forces.
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team