Syrian army displays captured Israeli-made Jeep as proof of aid to rebels
IDF: We're not aiding the opposition, the aging Sufa may have been left in Lebanon after the 2000 withdrawal.
The Syrian army on Monday displayed an Israeli-made Jeep it said was captured from a rebel organization during recent battles for control of Qusayr, a Syrian city near the Lebanese border. Damascus claimed the vehicle was proof of Israeli and U.S. aid to the Syrian opposition.
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