Israel Attacks SYRIAN ARMY


Using the pretext of a”strayed rocket” allegedly fired form the Golan (and probably scaring another Jewish cat…), Israel “responded” by firing upon Syrian Army positions

Israel Hits Back after Golan Rockets Fired from Syria

“The Israeli army later retaliated with artillery fire against two Syrian army positions located on the Golan, said a military spokeswoman.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Israeli fire targeted army positions in a town in southwest Quneitra province, on the Golan.

At least three or four Israeli strikes hit a Syrian military position inside Saryeh, near the regime’s administrative capital of Baath City, said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman.

They were fired from inside the occupied Golan Heights, he said, but did not have details on any casualties.”

So Israel abandoned its previous pretext of fighting against ISIS or even Hezbollah and proceeded openly to attack Syrian army positions.

0 thoughts on “Israel Attacks SYRIAN ARMY

  • September 27, 2015 at 11:46 am

    “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights?” Based in a suburb of Tel Aviv, Herzliya?

  • September 27, 2015 at 12:43 pm

    Tried to find the source of news by clicking on the link “Israel Hits Back after Golan Rockets Fired from Syria” I got “about: blank” ?????????

  • September 27, 2015 at 3:17 pm

    everything coming out of is Israel is a lie from there beginning all through their history until now. lies on lies on lies. Listen to nothing they say it’s always one sided.Until the world realizes this, they will keep getting away with it.

  • September 27, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    Thanks, truthforever99, I fixed it. Try again.

  • September 27, 2015 at 11:43 pm

    “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights?” Based in a suburb of Tel Aviv, Herzliya? No, actually it is based in a 2-bedroom council house in UK
    “The United Kingdom-based SOHR is run out of a two-bedroom terraced home in Coventry by one person, Rami Abdulrahman, a Syrian Sunni Muslim who also runs a clothes shop. After three spells in prison in Syria, Abdulrahman came to Britain in 2000 fearing a longer, fourth jail term.”
    I think but cannot confirm that the “clothes shop” is a charity shop and it was reported (some 3 years ago) that Rami is claiming benefits from the UK taxpayer.
    As you can see,the SOHR is totally unbiased, really well managed and has world-wide respect.
    Not anti-Assad at all, and has marvellous resources to verify all its’ information.
    Virtually all major News organisations in the west use SOHR as the prime source of news for Syria.

  • September 28, 2015 at 3:19 am

    @ PJ London#5: Greg Bacon is wrong indeed. He may be confusing the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights with the Palestinian Observatory for Human Rights, which is based in Herzliya and which successfully monitors the compliance by the IDF with the code of Purity of Arms to ensure no accidental abuses occur, no matter how small.
    My sources confirm your description of Rami Abdulrahman. You only forgot to mention why he was imprisoned in Syria under the criminal regime of Assad: it was because of his tireless fight for democracy and against the tyranny of Assad who, as we all know, killed hundreds of thousands of his own people with bacteriological weapons obtained from Saddam Hussein.
    Rami Abdulrahman, despite his modest base of operations, has a vast network of reliable informants in Damascus. Indeed he reports as if he were there himself, which is why he is affectionately known among the Western intelligence services as “Our Man in Damascus,” a hat tip to the novel by Graham Greene.

  • September 28, 2015 at 4:22 am

    @ariadna the fact that the sources are “undisclosed”, does not in any way deflect from the horrors, horrors I tell you, that “Dictator from Damascus” is inflicting. Claims that he has the support and votes of 80% of Syrians should be dismissed, as when they asked Syrians in UK, none of them (all of whom had claimed refugee status) supported the “Tyrant of Tartus”, further they told this reporter that they were sure that many others did not like the “Despot from Daraa”.

    “The number of the arrested persons who SOHR could document their death inside the regime’s cellars and intelligence branches reached to 2108 in 2014,” the UK-based monitoring group SOHR said in a statement posted on its website.
    The organization claimed that the Syrian government was involved in mass arrests and the torture of people, including its political opponents and human rights activists, citing leaked data from undisclosed sources.”

    When asked “How did they ‘document’ the deaths?” the spokesman said that they had received faxes from secret sources in Langley, but this could not be confirmed or denied.

  • September 28, 2015 at 5:33 pm

    You’re a superb analyst, PJ. Expect competing offers from Langley and MI5. Do not accept the one from the Mossad — they’ll jew you down on remuneration.

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