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04 September 2017 - 23:12
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Rasa - An Israeli-US school has been set up in the terrorist-held Idlib province in Northwestern Syria, an Arab media outlet reported on Monday, adding that the school is managed by an Israeli tradesman who is a citizen of the United States.
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RNA - The Arabic-language Elam al-Harbi news website quoted the Hebrew-language Maariv daily newspaper as disclosing that Moti Kahana, an Israeli tradesman who lives in the US, is the director of the Israeli-US school in Idlib province that has 90 students and 15 teachers.

 

Two similar Israeli-American schools had earlier been set up in terrorist-held regions near the Golan borders in Southeastern Syria, the news website reported.

 

Elam al-Harbi further said that the curriculum at these schools are different from those in Syria's official education program, and aims to change people's view towards Zionist regime.

 

The website added that the students can later study at Israeli universities after graduation.

 

Tel Aviv has has long been backing up various terrorist groups in Syria.

 

Local sources said in July that several terrorists, who had been wounded in the battle with the Syrian government forces in Quneitra province, were taken to an Israeli hospital.

 

The sources reported that a number of injured members of Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) were transferred to the Israeli hospitals via al-Hamidiyeh region in Quneitra countryside.

 

The army troops repelled Al-Nusra Front's offensives in the Southwestern province of Quneitra, leaving tens of terrorists dead and many more wounded. Later, the Israeli aircraft attacked the Syrian government forces' tanks and artillery positions South-West of the war-hit country.

 

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