Further proof about some opposition elements’ collaboration with Israel:
"Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said Israel would welcome international action against Assad, just as international action in Libya helped oust the late Moammar Gadhafi. But he said Israel is not openly pressuring the West to take action.
Palmor said Israel has no idea who might replace Assad. But Israeli security officials believe that if Assad goes, there is a good chance that a moderate, Sunni, Western-leaning government will take his place.
Alon Liel, a former director general of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, said he met with opposition figures in Turkey several weeks ago.
Israeli officials insist there are no contacts with Syrian opposition figures. But there are signs of at least semiofficial contacts.
Israeli opposition lawmaker Isaac Herzog said in late February that he had held meetings with Syrian opposition figures in Europe and the U.S., and that he believed they were ready for peaceful relations with Israel
Likewise, Ayoub Kara, a Druse Arab lawmaker from Netanyahu’s Likud Party, said he has been approached by members of Syria’s opposition. “From all the talks I’ve had with them not a single word was said against Israel, the opposite is true, they say they will strive for peace with Israel,” he said.”