Sources told the newspaper that Zionist troops have provided reconnaissance maps
and photos of the Syrian army positions to the attacking force, which moved from Jordan under the leadership of Saudi-US-Zionist coordinated intelligence, Al-Manar reported.
During the war, reconnaissance maps
and siege plans drawn under the supervision of Wellington's quartermaster general, Sir George Murray, provided officers in the field with invaluable tools for conducting battles and sieges alike.
South Korean troops subsequently captured a North Korean commando and collected a total cargo of 4,380 items, including a North Korean-made anti-tank rocket launcher, a number of M-16 and AK rifles, and reconnaissance maps