A Syrian opposition leader praised “Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu late Friday for publicly voicing support for militants wounded in their fight against the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad.
Opposition leader Muhammad Badie told “Israel” Radio Friday that the Syrian opposition appreciated Netanyahu’s decision to visit and speak at a field hospital for Syrians wounded in the conflict during a Tuesday tour of the Golan Heights.
Speaking from Istanbul, Badie thanked “those working to assist the Syrian people in their struggle”.
He added that Netanyahu’s pubic presence near the Syrian wounded was an “important message.”
On Tuesday, Netanyahu spoke at an “Israeli” in the occupied Golan where injured Syrian militants are receiving medical care. “”Israel’s” humanitarian efforts to help the Syrian wounded highlighted the difference between Tel Aviv and Tehran, which backed al-Assad,” he claimed.
Netanyahu said, “On the day on which world powers begin negotiations with Iran, it is important that the world sees footage of this place, a place that separates the good in the world from the bad.”
He said the “good” was embodied by “Israel’s” endeavors to save the lives of Syrians hurt in the ongoing conflict, which he termed a “daily massacre,” while Iran continued to support al-Assad.
In Early February, “Israeli” Channel 2 News aired footage of a secret “Israeli” field hospital in the Golan Heights that has treated over 700 Syrians.
In details, the wounded militants cross into the Occupied Golan heights and “Israeli” medical teams deployed there give them preliminary treatment.