According to reports, two armed terrorists from Syria have captured an unmanned post of the Israeli regime forces in the southern area of the still occupied Golan Heights. The two armed terrorists crossed the disengagement line between Syria and Israel and entered the unmanned Israeli army post in south Golan Heights on Tuesday.
The two terrorists crossed into the Israeli occupied area of Tel Faris and entered the unmanned post there but when the Israeli regime forces discovered the two terrorists at one of their army posts in the south Golan Heights (Tel Faris),they opened the fire and it came to a short exchange of fire between both sides.
The two armed terrorists, however, showed the typical attitude of these foreign-backed terrorists in Syria and fled from the Israeli patrol.
The Israeli regime forces are constantly patrolling through their illegally occupied areas in the Golan Heights and thus, it was to expect that the Israeli patrols will certainly discover the two terrorists and open the fire, of course. They always fire first and then ask the questions.
However, in this case, it does not really matter (as an exception).
There were no casualties due to this fire exchange between the Israeli regime forces and the two armed terrorists who fled back to Syrian territory.
The two terrorists fled from the Golan Heights before further Israeli troops arrived near Tel Faris in the Israeli occupied area of the once beautiful Golan Heights.
Israel captured the Syrian Golan Heights in the Six-Day War of 1967, in addition to their occupation of the Gaza Strip and West Bank.
In 1981, the Syrian Golan Heights were annexed by Israel, although this move was never recognized by the so-called international community (of values) and also a violation of international law. But as it is know this just does not matter when it is about Israel and the Zionists.
The regime in Tel Aviv is currently conducting trainings for Israeli soldiers of how to penetrate into southern Lebanon and how to fight against the members of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah.
In addition, the Israeli regime has increased the activities of its occupation forces in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights and some other areas.