Israel is going to build a new fill hospital in the Israeli-occupied part of the Golan Heights in Syria.
According to the Lieutenant Colonel Tomer Koler, the hopsital will be located on the Syrian side of the fence build by Israel in the Golan Heights and may become operational next month.
While Tel Aviv argues that the hospital will be set to treat some unknown “pacients”, Syrian sources are almost sure that Israel will use it to expand support to militants operating in the Syrian border area.
Israel has repeatedly been spotted providing treatement and aid to anti-government militants, including al-Qaeda linked factions, in Syria.
Furthermore, some of Israeli “retaliation” airstrikes on targets in Syria were clearly coordinated with advances against government forces conducted by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) and its allies.
Tel Aviv has repeatedly blamed Syria for shelling of the Israeli-held area of the Golan Heights and then de-facto provided air support to advancing militants.