Authorities in Aleppo have reportedly seized a truck transporting 25 tons of medical supplies from Turkey for ISIS terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria.
Syrian security forces confiscated the truck that belonged to the Turkish al-Yaman medical company as it was carrying $100,000 worth supplies in the northwestern Syrian province of Aleppo.
According to Syria’s official news agency SANA:
A source in Aleppo said in a statement to SANA’s reporter that after monitoring and investigating al-Yaman, a Turkish medical company, the authorities seized a truck loaded with more than 25 tons of supplies for field hospitals worth more than USD 100,000.
“Al-Yaman Company in Istanbul is sending medicine, equipment, and medical supplies to ISIS organization in Manbej and Mosul and to other terrorist groups, the source explained.
Authorities arrested the terrorist Abdelrahman Canjo from “Shohadaa al-Haq Brigade” terrorist group who was transporting arms and medicine for terrorist groups in Aleppo, the source added.
In confessions broadcast by the Syrian TV later in the evening, Canjo, who was born in Homs province in 1992, said that medicine and other supplies were brought in via Bab al-Hawa crossing point under the supervision of Ahrar al-Cham, and then they would be stored at al-Yaman’s warehouses under the supervision of the man in charge of the warehouses, Ahmad al-Sheikh Abboud.
Canjo said he received his orders from one Abdelmajid al-Khatib, and that he ran two shipments to Manbej with other accomplices.
He went on to talk about how he became involved with terrorist groups, saying that in 2012 he joined the “Shohadaa al-Murabitin” terror group which was led by one Mamoun al-Nasser, and he took part in several attacks on villages along with other groups affiliated to “Ahrar al-Cham movement ” terrorist organization.
Canjo said he and his cohorts received weapons including DShK-equipped vehicles and 20 cases of ammo from “Liwa al-Haqq” terror group and delivered them to Saraqeb city in Idleb where he delivered them in exchange for USD 30,000, and later he provided terrorists in al-Houla with wireless handsets and satellite internet devices.
“Ahrar al-Cham movement monitors all movements in the area, and they claimed to be fighting ISIS while they were actually supporting it,” he added.