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Assad's regime buys wheat from "Dahesh"


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Assad's regime buys wheat from "Dahesh"

Post by rocky on Thu 12 Oct 2017, 3:40 am

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The regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is buying wheat from the militant organization, which calls itself the Islamic state or "da'ash", as is known in the Arab world, according to a Reuters investigative report.
The investigation was based on identical accounts of five farmers, administrative officials in the main stronghold of the organization, Raqqa province, in the northeast of the country.
The sources said wheat trade with the organization was carried out by Syrian parliament member and businessman Hossam Qatrji, to provide food in areas under the control of the Syrian government.
Mohammed Kassab, director of the office of Qatrji, said that the group of companies of Qaraji supplied the areas under the Syrian government wheat through the purchase of northeastern Syria through territories belonging to the state organization.
"It was not easy," Kasab was asked about how the group managed to buy wheat and transport it without any contact with the militant organization. When Reuters asked for details from Kassab, he merely said the issue was too long to explain. No other calls or messages were received.
It was unclear how much Assad knew of wheat purchases.

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