Syrian civilians paid to assault Israel border

The regime in Damascus paid poor farmers USD 1,000 to cross into Israeli territory and harass the Israeli army.

Syrians were paid to risk their life, provoking fire from the IDF at the Golan border with Israel.

The mass Arab march on Israel’s borders scheduled for Sunday was largley a dud, but nearly two dozens Syrians were reportedly killed while trying to infiltrate the Golan Heights, reported Syrian media.

It was apparently more difficult than expected to convince the Arab masses to gather and assault Israel’s borders. So, according to the Syrian opposition, the regime in Damascus paid poor farmers USD 1,000 to cross into Israeli territory and harass the Israeli army. Any who were killed in the stunt were promised USD 25,000 to their families.

The Reform Party of Syria wrote on its official website that Syrian farmers make less than USD 200 a month, so many were tempted by the offer. And, if Syrian government media is to be believed, at least 23 paid with their lives for accepting the bribe.

Israeli army officials noted that very few of the Syrian demonstrators were actually injured or killed by Israeli gunfire, and most were the victims of minefields stretching along the border region. The minefields are clearly marked.

The largest march on Israel’s borders marking the anniversary of the start of the Six Day War in 1967 – which the Arabs refer to as “the Setback” – was to come from Lebanon. But it didn’t materialize.

At least four Israeli Arab Knesset members took part in the violent anti-Israel demonstrations, once again prompting calls that they be stripped of their parliamentary immunity.

Source: Israel Today

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