Saudi Mufti: 2,000 Persian Gulf Arabs Join Terrorist Groups in Syria

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Saudi Arab
Friday, 13 November 2015

2,000 Arabs from the Persian Gulf Arab states are fighting in Syria for ISIL, al-Nusrah, Ansar al-Din and Ahrar al-Sham terrorist groups.

2,000 Arabs from the Persian Gulf Arab states are fighting in Syria for the terrorist groups, Mousa al-Qanami was quoted as saying by Kuwaiti al-Rai newspaper on Thursday.

"The 2,000 people are active in ISIL, al-Nusrah, Ansar al-Din and Ahrar al-Sham terrorist groups," he added.
Qanami also revealed that most of these terrorists are from Saudi Arabia followed by Kuwait.

Saudi Arabia and Qatar each released 3,000 of their convicts that had been sentenced by various criminal courts in 2013 after they accepted to fight against the Syrian government in return for good pays.

"Earlier reports also said that Saudi Arabia is supplying Israeli-made weapons to Takfiri terrorists in Northern Syria via Turkey. The foreign-backed terrorist commanders operating in Northern Syria have received state-of-the-art weapons from Saudi Arabia, the Palestine-based Arabic-language Al-Manar newspaper quoted western sources as saying in June."

The sources said that Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey have agreed on supplying the terrorists in Syria with different kinds of weapons.
Newly emerged footage suggested that trucks belonging to Turkey's intelligence agency smuggle weapons into Syria in an attempt to aid the

Takfiri terror groups operating in the neighboring country.

The video which was posted by Turkish daily newspaper Cumhuriyet showed inspectors searching a metallic container watched by security officers, a prosecutor and sniffer dogs.

The daily reported the trucks were carrying a total of 1,000 mortar shells, 80,000 rounds of ammunition for light and heavy weapons as well as hundreds of grenade launchers.

The Turkish government has denied earlier claims that it is arming militants fighting in Syria and accused dozens of prosecutors, soldiers and security officers involved in the searching of trucks of attempting to bring it down by suggesting that it is doing so.

The incident triggered a huge controversy in Turkey with many bashing the government for explicitly supporting terrorism in neighboring Syria.
"In April, the Syrian Army said that it had found a large amount of Turkish weapons and ammunitions in the Northeastern province of Hasaka. The Syrian soldiers found the Turkish weapons and ammunitions in Gweiran neighborhood in the Southern part of Hasaka city."

In May, Head of the western-backed Syrian opposition group known as Dissidents Alliance, Khaled Khoja, disclosed that Saudi Arabia and Turkey had provided wide military backup for the Al-Nusra Front to help the terrorist group make advances in Idlib and Dara'a provinces.

"Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during his recent visit to Riyadh had discussed with Al Saud officials the Saudi and Turkish help to the Al-Nusra Front," Khoja said; FNA reported.

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