An Israeli officer was killed when he was in a meeting with leaders of terrorist organizations, including leaders in the so-called “Free Army”, in Quneitra countryside, the Lebanese al-Akhbar daily reported.
The daily said in a report published Friday that the Israeli officer, who goes by the nickname Johnny, was planning with leaders from the “Free Syrian Army” and a Jordanian officer whose fate remains unknown an attack against Daraa and Quneitra countryside, in an attempt to reverse the Syrian army’s military wins in the area.
“The Israeli fatality is a communications officer from a technical unit in the Givati Brigade,” the report said.
“For several months, he has been helping the terrorists use modern communications equipment and coordinating their work.”
The incident lends more authenticity to news that pointed to a close connection between terrorist organizations and Israel which had been laid bare for all to see.
Moreover, increasing numbers of injured terrorists in southern Syria have been admitted at Israeli hospitals for treatment, according to reports.