The extraordinary claim was made by Bashar al-Jaafari, who accused the Israeli government of ‘adding fuel to the fire’.
The comments were made at a UN Security Council meeting about the conflict in Syria.
Jaafari said, the Jerusalem Post reports: ‘The direct Israeli support to ISIL, through attacking Syrian Army sites in Palmyra city on March 17, 2017, added fuel to the fire and made things worse.’
He also claimed Israel had treated injured terrorists.
In the March attack referred to, Syria claimed a government military site was attacked, while Israel claimed it was targeting a shipment of weapons being delivered to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Syria opened fire on Israeli planes, prompting Israeli defence minister Avigdor Liberman to warn it that it would destroy Syrian air defence systems if it happened again.
Jaafari also claimed the US was helping rebel groups, including ISIS, to fight the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
It branded a US missile attack last week on the Shayrat Air Base as ‘flagrant aggression’.
He alleged that the United States, Britain, France, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Kordan had armed jihadist groups with chemical weapons, then claiming it was the Assad regime which used them.
Jaafari said: ‘This serious aggression had been plotted long in advance inside the secret rooms of intelligence agencies of Tel Aviv, Riyadh, Doha, Ankara, Amman, Washington, London and Paris.’
Yesterday an interview was released by AFP in which under-fire Syrian president Bashar al-Assad denied carrying out a chemical attack which killed 87 people.
Footage of the atrocity in the Idlib province sent shockwaves around the world, but Assad said: ‘Definitely, 100 per cent for us, it’s fabrication… Our impression is that the West, mainly the United States, is hand-in-glove with the terrorists. They fabricated the whole story in order to have a pretext for the attack.’
A Free Syrian Army commander, arrested last month by the Islamist militia Al-Nusra Front, told his captors he collaborated with Israel in return for medical and military support, in a video released this week.Read more: Syrian rebel commander says he collaborated with Israel.
In a video uploaded to YouTube Monday … Sharif As-Safouri, the commander of the Free Syrian Army’s Al-Haramein Battalion, admitted to having entered Israel five times to meet with Israeli officers who later provided him with Soviet anti-tank weapons and light arms. Safouri was abducted by the al-Qaeda-affiliated Al-Nusra Front in the Quneitra area, near the Israeli border, on July 22.
“The [opposition] factions would receive support and send the injured in [to Israel] on condition that the Israeli fence area is secured. No person was allowed to come near the fence without prior coordination with Israel authorities,” Safouri said in the video.
In the edited confession video, in which Safouri seems physically unharmed, he says that at first he met with an Israeli officer named Ashraf at the border and was given an Israeli cellular phone. He later met with another officer named Younis and with the two men’s commander, Abu Daoud. In total, Safouri said he entered Israel five times for meetings that took place in Tiberias.
Following the meetings, Israel began providing Safouri and his men with “basic medical support and clothes” as well as weapons, which included 30 Russian [rifles], 10 RPG launchers with 47 rockets, and 48,000 5.56 millimeter bullets.
A senior employee of the Dutch Justice Ministry said the jihadist group ISIS was created by Zionists seeking to give Islam a bad reputation.
Yasmina Haifi, a project leader at the ministry’s National Cyber Security Center, made the assertion Wednesday on Twitter, the De Telegraaf daily reported.
“ISIS has nothing to do with Islam. It’s part of a plan by Zionists who are deliberately trying to blacken Islam’s name,” wrote Haifi ….
In March, Haaretz reported:
The Syrian opposition is willing to give up claims to the Golan Heights in return for cash and Israeli military aid against President Bashar Assad, a top opposition official told Al Arab newspaper, according to a report in Al Alam.
The Western-backed militant groups want Israel to enforce a no-fly zone over parts of southern Syria to protect rebel bases from air strikes by Assad’s forces, according to the report.
World Net Daily reports that the U.S. trained Islamic jihadis – who would later join ISIS – in Jordan.
The Jerusalem Post reports that an ISIS fighter says that Turkey funds the terrorist group. Turkey is a member of NATO and – at least until very recently – a close U.S. ally.
Wealthy donors in U.S. allies Kuwait and Qatar back ISIS, and Western intelligence officials say that those governments must be approving the support.
In June, investment adviser Jim Willie alleged:
The [Isis] troops that are working there [in Syria and Iraq] are Langley [i.e. CIA] troops. They’re trained, funded, and armed by Langley.
What I’m hearing… the U.S. military (Pentagon regulars), and you have to be careful when you refer to U.S. military anymore. What kind of U.S. military? Is it the Pentagon U.S. Army, or is it the Langley military, which has unmarked uniforms and 10′s of thousands of mercenaries?
They’re about to encounter each other in Iraq. The U.S. military Pentagon regulars evacuated Iraq, and what filled the vacuum was the Langley mercenaries, trained for Syria, that migrated South and announced their new agenda.
If and when the Pentagon regulars encounter the Langley mercenaries in Iraq, Obama’s going to get a house call, because U.S. military will be fighting U.S. military. Pentagon vs. Langley.
While we don’t know which of the above-described allegations are true, two things are certain:
- The U.S. armed Islamic jihadis in Syria, and their weapons ended up in the hands of ISIS; and
- Close allies of the U.S. have supported and trained the ISIS terrorists
Why would the U.S. and its allies back ISIS, when they are barbarian Islamic terrorists? Well – assuming it’s true – oil and gas could be the explanation.
In any event – whether or not it’s true of ISIS – it’s well-documented that the U.S., Saudis and Israelis have been backing the world’s most dangerous and radical Muslim terrorists for decades. And see this.
And anyone who looks at the battle against ISIS as a religious war is being played.