Jihadists of Jabhat al-Nusra abducted over 40 civilians in Northern Syria.
While a journalist in Turkey has stated that the Turkish government is the main culprit in the recent chemical attack in suburbs of Syrias capital Damascus, the armed jihadists of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) have carried out their next crime against humanity in Northern Syria.
Armed Islamists of the Al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusrah) have recently beheaded several terrorists of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) in the countryside of the strategically important city of Aleppo (Halab). And now, the jihadists of the dangerous and sectarian al-Nusra Front have hijacked a bus in Northern Syria. Afterwards, they have abducted the over 40 civilian passengers of the bus. One can just hope the best for the kidnapped Syrian civilians.
According to the reports from the countryside of the Syrian city of Aleppo, the Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists have hijacked a passenger bus with over 40 civilians, including children and women. The passenger bus was underway in the countryside of Syria’s city of Aleppo (Rif Halab / Reef Aleppo), which is located in Northern Syria and was once the economic centre of Syria. Not to mention that the Syrian city of Aleppo was one of the most beautiful cities in Syria before the beginning of the foreign-backed terrorism in the Arab country.
The abducted Syrian civilians, including women and children, were residents from the Syrian towns of Al-Zahra (Al-Zahraa) and Nabal (Nubbol), both towns located in the countryside of Aleppo (Halab).
The passenger bus was underway on the road between the cities of Aleppo and Idlib (Idleb). The attack by the Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists and jihadists from the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) took place when the passenger bus was near the Syrian town of Zorbeh on the road between Aleppo and Idlib. The al-Nusra Front has stopped the passenger bus and kidnapped the over 40 Syrian civilians from the nearby towns of Nabal (Nubbol) and Al-Zahra (Al-Zahraa).
As stated, one can just hope the best for the abducted Syrian civilians, including the women and children. It is to hope that the kidnapped civilians are soon released… however, in terms of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorists, the worst is to expect.
Furat Alkac underlined in his statement about the key role of the Turkish government in the chemical attacks of the terrorists in Syria and the arrest of suspects carrying Sarin nerve gas in Turkey that only Heisam Qassab from Syria was imprisoned after the arrest, while the others were freed after a short period of detention. According to the reports, some of the freed have immediately joined the ranks of the terrorists in Syria after their release by the Turkish authorities.
The prominent Turkish journalist explained:
“He (Heisam Qassab) carried 2 kilograms of Sarin gas but the Ankara officials later claimed that he had been carrying deicer. Yet, after the indictment was issued, it was revealed that in addition to deicer, some amounts of white phosphorous have also been found and seized from them, and that these 11 people were seeking to find the formula for the production of Sarin gas.”
Already the former Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey, Abdullatif Sener, has criticized the Turkish government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in terms of its machinations against Syria. Abdullatif Sener said earlier this month that the support of the terrorist groups in Syria with heavy weapons will have dangerous consequences for Turkey. The former Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey added that not only the organized terrorist groups in Syria were supported with heavy weapons, but also the Al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra).
Abdullatif Sener said some days ago that the government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara has sent “a large volume of heavy weapons to the terrorist group, the al-Nusra Front, affiliated to the al-Qaeda in Syria and this is while even the US has listed the al-Nusra as a terrorist group.” And he should know it. The former Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey added that this move by the Turkish government is “highly dangerous.”
Abdullatif Sener then explained that the meddling of the current Turkish administration in the internal affairs of the neighbouring country Syria is not only dangerous but also a huge mistake. The former Turkish Minister stated that “turning the region into a region for trading smuggled arms and supporting this trade is a wrong policy of Erdogan’s government.”