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Syrian rebels confirmed Thursday the "Israeli" presence in Syria.

Foto: Rebel Leader: Mossad, "Israeli" Security Services Present in Syria 

Apr 25, 2013

Syrian rebels confirmed Thursday the "Israeli" presence in Syria.

Claiming that it is logical that "Israel" would know if chemical weapons had been used in the civil war, a Syrian rebel leader stated that Mossad is present in Syria.

Speaking to CNN, the Chief of Staff for the so-called Free Syrian Army, Salim Idriss, said ""Israel" is one of the "countries" that now has "many, many" security services inside Syria."
He further revealed that "Israel's" Mossad is in Syria's.

Idriss was responding to remarks by the head of the "Israeli" Research Section of Military Intelligence , Brig. Gen. Itay Brun.
Brun claimed that the regime used chemical weapons recently.

However, the White House later said that the United States has not yet concluded that the regime used chemical weapons.
In this context, US War Secretary Chuck Hagel urged caution Wednesday over the "Israeli" claim, saying all evidence must be weighed carefully as such allegations are "serious business".
Idriss claimed that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons in the Syrian cities of Homs, Aleppo and Otaiba, outside Damascus.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by moqawama.org

Rebel Leader: Mossad, "Israeli" Security Services Present in Syria

Apr 25, 2013

Syrian rebels confirmed Thursday the "Israeli" presence in Syria.

Claiming that it is logical that "Israel" would know if chemical weapons had been used in the civil war, a Syrian rebel leader stated that Mossad is present in Syria.

Speaking to CNN, the Chief of Staff for the so-called Free Syrian Army, Salim Idriss, said ""Israel" is one of the "countries" that now has "many, many" security services inside Syria."
He further revealed that "Israel's" Mossad is in Syria's.

Idriss was responding to remarks by the head of the "Israeli" Research Section of Military Intelligence , Brig. Gen. Itay Brun.
Brun claimed that the regime used chemical weapons recently.

However, the White House later said that the United States has not yet concluded that the regime used chemical weapons.
In this context, US War Secretary Chuck Hagel urged caution Wednesday over the "Israeli" claim, saying all evidence must be weighed carefully as such allegations are "serious business".
Idriss claimed that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons in the Syrian cities of Homs, Aleppo and Otaiba, outside Damascus.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by moqawama.org