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    Israeli sewage flows into villages of Quneitra province

    | 2016-10-19 04:05:51
    Israeli sewage flows into villages of Quneitra province


    (Zaman Al Wasl TV)- Near the Syrian border line with occupied Golan Heights the Israeli sewage flows into dams in Quneitera province.

    This sewage system was prepared and build years before the outbreak of the Syrian revolution in complete coordination of the regime and its armed forces through the lands of 90 Brigade led by General Zuhair al-Assad back then.

    Activists in Qunietra countryside said the sewage deal between Israel and regime states to pay tens of thousands dollars to the leadership of 90 Brigade monthly in exchange for letting the polluted water through to Quenitra western countryside in al-Mushirfa, al-Ajraf, Ruheniya reaching Um al-Izzam Dam.

    The Israeli sewage flow in the past years caused spread of diseases among civilians there in addition to great damage to livestock and agriculture. One deal among tens of deals contracted between the regime representing the axis of “resistance” and Israel during the rule of Hafez al-Assad and Bashar al-Assad in exchange for silence over the occupation of Golan and preventing any military action towards Israel.




    Keywords:  Syria Israel
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