More Zionist Soldiers Fighting With Assadites And Kurdish Forces Captured
02 December 2014
The America-based research and
allegedly spy group SITE revealed more Zionists
mercenaries are being either slain or captured
fighting alongside Syria's Baa'thi groups and Kurdish
forces. SITE said IS seized a woman described herself
as a "female Zionist soldier" in Kobane.
It has since been established the
latest Zionist militant captured is identified as Gill
Rosenberg, a Canadian-Israeli dual national who had
served in the Israeli military and had volunteered to
fight with the Kurds. An Israeli foreign ministry
spokesman could not deny the Jewish national
government know nothing about it, though Tel Aviv
claim it is closely monitoring the information.
Meanwhile a Canadian foreign
ministry statement was equally evasive of the
government's involvement claiming it was aware of the
reports but would not "comment or release any
information which may compromise ongoing efforts and
risks endangering the safety of Canadian citizens
Ms Rosenberg may not be the only
female dual Canadian-Israeli citizens that have been
captured by the Mujahidun (the Holy Warriors) from the
Syrian strong resistance Jubhat Al-Nusrah and the
Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) in the
flashpoint cities and embattled towns including Kobane
in northern Syria, after having gone to fight
alongside Syria's Baa'thi groups and Kurdish forces.
It emerged earlier this month that
Gill Rosenberg, 31, had left Israel and was fighting
with the Kurds after contacting the People's
Protection Units (YPG) through Facebook, according to
an interview she gave to Israel Radio this month.
On Sunday, Israel's Channel 2
reported that Rosenberg had been abducted by IS,
citing Syrian Islamic websites.
Samoach al-Islam, a notorious Middle
Eastern Islamist blog, said a number of female
fighters had been captured, including Rosenberg. It
reported that IS militants carried out three suicide
attacks against Kurdish forces on Saturday that killed
an unknown number of fighters, while survivors were
then taken captive.
Israeli officials have refused to
admit the seizure of their citizens as they give
instruction to agents and members of staff to avoid
giving out any information about the development.
However, when forced by the news reporters, the
Zionist Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it was
investigating the reports and alleged that the Arab
and Muslim Middle East publishers who cover the
stories were "of dubious credibility".
Two Kurdish fighters who spoke to
Israel Radio could not confirm they had heard the news
of Rosenberg's capture and claimed they were not in
position to state whether she had been fighting
alongside Syria's Baa'thi groups or Kurdish forces.
Kobane has been the focus of a
fierce battle between Kurdish forces and IS militants
and the subject of intense international media
coverage, in part due to its close proximity to the
Turkish border, from where journalists can observed
When interviewed by Israel Radio on
10 November, Rosenberg explained her decision to join
the Kurdish forces was motivated by ideologies. It was
not clear in the course of the interview where
Rosenberg was located at the time.
Rosenberg is not by any means the
only or first foreign woman to join the Syria's
Baa'thi groups and Kurdish forces. She moved to Israel
in 2006 from Canada and served for two years in the
Israeli army in the Home Front Command.
In 2009, she was arrested by the FBI
in a joint operation with Israeli police and sentenced
to four years in prison for her role in a mass fraud
operation, according to a report in Haaretz. Eleven
other Israelis were also arrested in the case, which
involved the theft of up to $25mn from elderly US
citizens through posing as fake lottery
After joining the Syrian Baa'thi
groups and Kurdish forces, Rosenburg posted photos to
what appears to be her Facebook page, showing her
baking bread with Baa'thi members and Kurdish people
and others of her wearing an army uniform stamping on
the Mujahidun's flag.
If admitted, Rosenberg would be the
second Israeli citizen declared by the Jewish state as
captured citizens by the Mujahidun fighting in Syria
for freedom from decades of brutal rule and oppression
by the Assad dynasty. Steven Sotloff, a US-Israeli
journalist, was executed allegedly as a spy by the
group in early September.
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