Israeli Druze diplomat documents Assad's regime fighting against Jabhat Al Nusra

Yesterday, Israeli Druze diplomat Mendi Safadi was able to document what the Syrian Civil War looks like from the Israeli side of the border. He was able to witness Assad’s regime fighting against Jabhat Al Nusra.
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Yesterday, Israeli Druze diplomat Mendi Safadi stood near the Druze village of Buqata in the Golan Heights and documented what the Syrian Civil War looks like from the Israeli side of the border. From Israel, they were able to see the village of Jebath Al Chashab in Syria, where Jabhat Al Nusra is located. From this village, Jabhat Al Nusa is attacking the Druze village of Hadar.   Safadi was able to witness the Syrian regime attacking Jubhat Al Nusra from Khan Arnabah: “Yesterday, they bombed Jebath Al Chashab with 100 bombs inside the village. Where I stood and watched, there were maybe more than 100 bombs there.”

Safadi was able to personally witness the effects of the bombs.   According to Safadi, Jabhat Al Nusra does not fire at Israel even though they are an Islamist group because “they know if they bomb Israel, they will be finished. So the bombs inside Syria are from the Assad regime. Jabhat Al Nusra and the Free Syrian Army are in the middle between Israel and Assad’s Army. When Assad bombs the Syrian Opposition, sometimes it lands on the Israeli side.” When Jabhat Al Nusra fires back, it does not land in Israel for geographically, their firing is in the opposite direction.

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