An Arab Israeli has crossed into Syria utilizing a paraglider with the evident objective of joining revolutionary warriors there, the Israeli armed force said on Sunday.
“An observation post distinguished an Israeli regular citizen entering Syrian domain utilizing a paraglider” late on Saturday, an armed force articulation read.
Arab Israeli paraglides to Syria possibly to join rebels Israeli army
A military representative told AFP the armed force was “looking at the likelihood he had entered Syria keeping in mind the end goal to join rebels.”
The armed force said the paraglider took off from the southern segment of the Israeli involved Golan Heights, nearby southern Syria.
The Al-Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade, which is strong of the so called Islamic State (IS) gathering and dynamic in the Daraa region in south Syria, tended to bits of gossip flowing about the flight on Saturday night, expressing on its Facebook page it had not taken an Israeli hostage.
As per the Shin Bet inner security office, about 45 Arab Israelis have joined activist strengths in Syria, basically entering through Turkey.
No less than four were slaughtered in battling there, and ten were captured after coming back to Israel.
The Shin Bet has cautioned of the “security danger postured by Israelis joining IS in the wake of being presented to purposeful publicity spread by the gathering, essentially through the Internet.”
“Their arrival to Israel, with information of and useful involvement in terrorism and fighting, opens the nation to noteworthy dangers of extreme terrorism,” the organization said in an announcement before in the year.