Mossad recruiting Algerian youth
By Saunon Malek
Jun 19, 2013
According to a report issued on Wednesday by an Algerian newsletter, Mossad, the Israeli spy agency, has begun to recruit Algerian youths to fight alongside the Syrian opposition, in the battle against Bashar al-Assad.
Sources within the North African country had told the Algerian daily al-Fajr, that the opposition Salafi groups operating within Syria had been held under the supervision of Mossad. They also claimed that the groups initiated campaigns to recruit Algerian youths through the use of propaganda, and talked of a frequent "Jihad in Syria".
In addition to Mossad's business in Syria, an Austrian official who was pulled out of the Golan Heights, was interviewed with the Palestinian news daily al-Manar. Providing crucial information with regard to Israel's affiliation with the Syrian opposition, he stated, "Israel crosses the border with Syria very often and interferes in Syria's border villages at an unimaginable rate and these interferences include assistance and aid (to the rebel and terrorist groups) in various logistic, military and medical grounds."
The official went on to say that Israel hosted and provided medical treatment to wounded members of the opposition in areas bordering Syria and Israel.
In late May, Qatari government sources confirmed that the Israeli government sent their coordinator on Syrian affairs to London, where the arming of the Syrian rebels was discussed with Qatari officials.
"During the meeting, It was decided that Israel prepare and supply the weapons needed by the terrorists in Syria and enter negotiations with European arms manufacturing companies on arms purchases and money transfer methods, and the Qatari side cover the funds and needed budget for purchases," told by a source to the Fars News Agency.
The current Syrian crisis has been an ongoing conflict for more than two years, where foreign-backed militancy from nations such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel, and recently, the United States, has resulted in a ravaging clash with Bashar al-Assad's government. According to the U.N., the death toll has passed 90,000, where both the lives of civilians and military personnel have been claimed.
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This insane war is getting discredited everyday.