November 3rd, 2017 – Fort Russ News –
– Agencies – – by Samer Hussein –
Syrians living in the occupied Golan Heights took to the streets on Friday to protest the alleged Israeli support for the terrorist group Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham (Al Nusra Front).
The demonstrations come, following the deadly terrorist attack on the town of Hadar, located in the countryside of the southwestern Syrian province of Quneitra.
On Friday morning, Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham (Al Nusra Front) terrorists detonated a car bomb in a crowded residential area at the outskirts of the predominantly Druze town of Hadar.
At least nine people were killed and 23 left injured.
The death toll is expected to rise as most of the injured are in a critical condition.
Later, the terrorists began targeting the scene of the attack with gunfire and rocket shells, triggering a response from the Syrian Army who killed scores of the terrorists while clashing with them.
According to some sources, the Israeli Defense Forces then began secretly aiding the terrorists to make their way into Kurs Al Nafl, located northwest of Hadar in direction of Israeli border.
In order to help their people in need, hundreds of Druzes living in the Golan Heights began heading towards the town of Hadar to help the victims and their families.
When they tried to cross the ceasefire line, they were, however, forced to return as the Israeli Defense Forces blocked all paths leading towards the Syrian border.
Some people were convinced the Israelis made their move in order to prevent the people from helping those in need, accusing them of collaborating with Al Nusra Front.
As a result, hundreds of them took to the streets, accusing Israel of providing direct support to Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham (Al Nusra Front) terrorists.