The Israeli regime’s security bodies are working on a plot to assassinate Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with the help of terrorist groups and armed rebels in the country after Damascus showed strength and months of resistance against the terrorist attacks orchestrated by US, Israel and their Arab partners, the Israeli media reported.
The Israeli Vala news website reported that the Israeli security and spy agencies were shocked at Assad’s resistance against two years of terrorist and sabotage operations against the country and are mulling other ways to topple him.
Meantime, the report underlined high security measures adopted by the Syrian forces in safeguarding the roads to Damascus where government buildings are located and Assad himself resides, and said the only way to assassinate the Syrian president is designing a complicated operation and coaxing the people close to Assad into betraying him.
Earlier, a documentary movie posted on a Lebanese website unveiled details of a plot by the French and Turkish intelligence services to assassinate President Bashar al-Assad and other senior officials of Syria.
The video posted by Lebanese Asianews website, which was produced in March by Khedar Awarake, a well-known Syrian media activist, included part of the confessions made by those involved in France-Turkey joint plot to kill Assad.
Reports from Syria suggest that the US sponsored Al Nusra mercenary force and affiliated formations have inflicted heavy losses in different part of the country.
Press reports confirm that the rebel stronghold of Al Qusayr on the Northern border of Lebanon is now under the control of government forces. (See map)
Key government buildings are under control of Syrian forces. The location of Quisayr was strategic for the rebels in view of its border location as a point 0f entry of mercenary forces into Syria from Lebanon.
According to the BBC:
“Opposition groups say militants from the Lebanese Hezbollah movement are fighting alongside government forces. … There are also reports that hundreds of Lebanese Sunni militants have joined the fight on the rebels’ side, our correspondent says.
These reports have been denied by the Syrian government.
Other areas targeted by Syrian forces were in the surrounding countryside of Damascus.