RNA - "Jordanian authorities have ruled out reception of the terrorists wounded in Dara'a battle," the source told.
"Therefore, the Zionist regime has boosted the capacity of its hospitals to receive the injured terrorists, specially after their number increased due to continued battles in Southern Syria," he added.
The source also said that Israeli officials have increased the budget of their hospitals by 26mln Shekels to widen medical support for the terrorists wounded in Syria.
Reports said on Saturday that Israel has established a medical corridor from the Northern part of the occupied Golan to its territories to transfer injured terrorists to its hospitals after terrorists sustained heavy casualties in their failed attacks on Syrian Army positions across Dara'a city in recent days.
The terrorist groups have been using a medical-logistical corridor set up by Israel to transfer their wounded members to Israeli hospitals after Ahrar al-Sham and Al-Nusra Front (recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham Front) sustained heavy casualties in their fresh round of operation codenamed al-Mowt Va La al-Mazelah in the neighborhood of al-Manshiyeh in the Western part of Dara'a city.
The Israeli regime in full coordination with terrorist groups has established a medical-logistical corridor near the Quneitra border in Northern occupied Golan to pave the ground for the easier transfer of injured militants in Syria to Israeli hospital and medical centers in the Northern part of occupied Palestinian territories, including Zeif medical center in Safad and Rambam hospital in Haifa.
Terrorist commanders in Dara'a have allowed all patients even those militants that have not been injured in battlefield to be transferred to Israel to be treated there free of charge.
In the meantime, Israeli soldiers deployed along the medical-logistical corridor have started criticizing their commanders due to Israel's unprecedented logistical back up for terrorist groups in Syria.