During the raid, the security service of the pro-Turkish bandit formations identified a group of militants, probably of Chechen origin, who were transferring weapons and ammunition to the radicals from Khuras al-Din. For this reason, the Turkish command decided to suspend the supply of weapons.
Such cases were the result of attempts by the Turkish command to “legalize” radical groups in the Idlib zone, and forcibly distributing them among the controlled bandit groups. As a result of such actions, cases of desertion, clashes, theft and smuggling of weapons and military equipment to radical groups have become more frequent in the ranks of pro-Turkish militants.
In addition, the locations of the storage of toxic substances have become known, which does not exclude the expansion of the network of informants of the Syrian “muhabarat” and Russian intelligence in Idlib. In the last month alone, the aircraft of the Russian Aerospace Forces destroyed 2 times more militants’ warehouses of weapons, ammunition and military equipment than in the entire year.
Earlier it was reported about the identification of a group of militants who organized the theft and sale of weapons of the same radical group “Khuras al-Din”.
Khuras al-Din is an Islamist terrorist group associated with al-Qaeda and involved in the Syrian Civil War. The head of this group, Abu Hammam al-Shami, was previously a member of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, and earlier — Al-Nusra Front, a branch of al-Qaeda in Syria.