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    Dahesh obtained weapons from Syrian factions supported by America and Saudi Arabia

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    Dahesh obtained weapons from Syrian factions supported by America and Saudi Arabia Empty Dahesh obtained weapons from Syrian factions supported by America and Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Sat 16 Dec 2017, 1:53 am

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    Dahesh obtained weapons from Syrian factions supported by America and Saudi Arabia


     Translation / Hamid Ahmed 

    The biggest thorough investigation into how a militant organization has acquired its vast arsenal has revealed that one-third of the weapons used by the organization's weapons in Iraq and Syria were made in EU countries.
    A report released Thursday by CARE, an international organization to document weapons transfers to combat areas, revealed that the organization's militants relied heavily on weapons and ammunition made in Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Germany. 
    Researchers at the Carr Foundation say the finding is against the EU's effort to curb military organization's capabilities and highlights how easy it is to end up in the hands of the wrong people involved in chaotic battles. 
    The 200-page research report provides the most comprehensive investigation into the organization's armament so far, providing an analysis of more than 40,000 weapons recovered from the organization's militants over a three-year period. 
    The report concludes that the global weapons equipment that was sent to the Syrian resistance factions ends with the hands of an armed supporter, which confirms the quantity and quality of weapons in the arsenal of the organization.
    During the early stages of the fighting, most of the weapons stockpiles were from the arsenal of weapons seized by Iraqi and Syrian forces. But by the end of 2015, the Carr Foundation was monitoring another important source of armament coming from the Eastern European arms factories. 
    The arms and ammunition were manufactured in Europe, sold to the United States and Saudi Arabia, and then transported across the Turkish border into Syria. 
    They said Washington's and Riyadh's arms supplies to opposition groups in Syria allowed Dahesh to directly acquire a large amount of sophisticated anti-tank ammunition and anti-tank guided anti-tank weapons (ATGW), which were later used against coalition forces supporting them.
    "We have already said that countries seeking short-term political goals are preparing groups that have no control over them, and these weapons often find their way into the most organized and efficient extremist groups," said James Bevan, executive director of the Carr Foundation. 
    In one case, Carr pursued a number of anti-tank weapons ATGW using its proven production numbers and discovered that it was manufactured in the European Union and sold to the United States, which in turn transferred it to an opposition group in Syria, where it was diverted from there to armed militants in Iraq.
    The entire chain of arms transfers took place within two months of the date of transfer of these weapons from the factory. In another example, in October 2014, Romania sold 9,252 RPG-9 PG-9 submachine guns to the US military. America sent the projectiles to the new armed Syrian-trained Syrian Army group to fight the East. 
    But somehow a section of the BJ-9 projectiles from the same cargo found its way to the neighboring country of Iraq, where experts were working to remove the warheads from the original stolen missiles before adding new specifications that made them more suitable for the urban warfare battles like in Mosul. 
    The Carr Foundation also recorded the diversion of a number of weapons to Iraq and Syria from other battles in the region, including Libya, Yemen and southern Sudan, where they were transported through the neighboring countries Jordan and Turkey. 
    عن: Telegraph newspaper



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