Israel's IDF kills 7 ISIS terrorists case : iCognative

7 armed ISIS terrorists killed by Israel at Golan Heights

August 3, 2018 | Brainwave Science


On Thursday August 2, 2018, Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) determined that a group of militants were trying to breach the fence dividing Israel from Syrian controlled territory in the Golan Heights and attacked them. An Israeli aircraft “struck those seven suspects, and today in searches that have been completed on the ground by Israeli troops we found seven bodies in that location, we found five AK-47 assault rifles, we found explosive vests as well as what appears to be grenades,” Conricus said.

A Syrian offensive in the country’s south has resulted in IS-affiliated groups scattering in the area, Conricus said. Israeli forces monitored the militants’ movements before carrying out the strike, he said.

He said Israeli forces believed they were “on a terrorist mission” and “trying to infiltrate into Israel.” “It did not seem as if they were fleeing, seeking refuge,” Conricus said. “It seems as if they were moving in a combat formation, with combat equipment.”


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While Israel has sought to remain out of direct involvement in Syria’s civil war, but it admits carrying out dozens of air strikes there to stop what it says are deliveries of advanced weaponry to its Lebanese enemy Hezbollah. Israel must like any other sovereign nation be able to defend its borders and ensure security of its citizens from terrorists. iCognative by Brainwave Science is a state of the art security solution suited for all nations, including Israel. This highly reputable company founded by entrepreneurial visionaries, and neuroscience and technical experts aims to aid nations in their efforts to protect their citizens.

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Main Source: France24

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