Israeli sources have confirmed that two injured terrorists fighting in Syria were admitted to an Israeli hospital in Tiberias to receive treatment.
The Israeli website Walla said the first injured treated is 22-year-old who sustained shrapnel injures in the back and head. The other is a 39- year-old who had a broken hand and head injury.
The information confirms that events taking place in Syria, particularly in the Horan, are being run under Israeli-U.S. command to increase pressure on Syrian Arab Army which represents a major threat to Israel.
Israeli sources affirmed that more than 700 members of the armed terrorist groups in Syria had received treatment in Israel.
The Israeli website Walla quoted a high ranking officer as saying that 1,600 "Syrian injured" were treated by Israel so far.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer