Israel is reportedly set to provide the terrorist Free Syrian Army fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad with assistance as part of its conspiracy against Damascus, Press TV reported.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman recently claimed that Tel Aviv would send humanitarian aid to crisis-hit Syrian cities to help those suffering from what he described “the Syrian government’s crackdown.”
Israel's claim of concern about the condition of Syrians comes despite the fact that the Zionist regime has also been involved in arming the rebels. Large amounts of Israeli-made weapons have been confiscated from armed groups since the beginning of unrest in Syria.
Syrians have rejected any help or support the Free Syrian Army as they believe any help from their country’s long-time enemy is a bid to topple the Assad government.
Meanwhile, UN-Arab League envoy to Syria Kofi Annan has called on all parties involved in the Syrian unrest to fully implement his six-point peace plan aimed at ending months of violence in the country.
Briefing the UN Security Council on the situation in Syria, he asserted that the situation in the Middle Eastern country is “bleak” and “unacceptable,” and urged both the Syrian government and the armed opposition to implement the peace plan comprehensively.
Currently, there are a number of UN observers in Syria to monitor a ceasefire that went into effect on April 12.
Calm has returned to most parts of Syria since the ceasefire was announced, though there have been reports of sporadic clashes in some parts of the country with Damascus accusing armed groups of violating the truce by continuing attacks on government forces.
Opposition activists have been claiming that the army has killed a number of civilians since the ceasefire took effect.