Further below is our translation of a report of 2 militant Islamist commanders from East Ghouta executed gangland style by unknown persons in Idlib.
Firstly, how did these radicals get to Idlib?
After the Syrian and Russian forces defeated the militants in East Ghouta, a province south of Damascus whence militants were shelling the Damascus airport, the captured/cornered surviving jihadists were rounded up by the Syrian and Russian victors and sent north to Idlib Province, then a sort of neutral zone, for temporary housing. Idlib has been described as a de facto “refugee camp.”
In July, TASS reported that about 100,000 refugees had already returned to E. Ghouta after the area was pacified. Of course, the militants who had made life unbearable for E. Ghouta’s residents were not welcome, so those sent to Idlib mostly stayed there, although the province is now under siege by government troops in an effort to clean out the terror nests still active there.
How had these militants made life unbearable in East Ghouta, the province south of Damascus? Residents who were interviewed told of being starved, held hostage, shelled (the damage – including to hospitals – was all blamed on Assad’s “barrel bombs”) and not allowed to leave along safe corridors set up by the government, and were sometimes killed by snipers for trying to leave. The most thorough reporting on the E. Ghouta situation was done by independent researcher Vanessa Beeley, who is also responsible for supplying most of the information now known about the terrorist-collaborating White Helmets.
In Beeley’s video reports at the 21stcenturywire.com site, the interviewees, speaking in Arabic – the only language they know, are obviously the real thing, with smudged faces, disheveled hair and rammy children running around them punctuating the testimonies with their tiny voices. Vanessa’s reports are a far cry from those presented by such dubious organizations as Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (whose operatives live and work in England and are paid handsomely by several governments to smear Assad), by pristine interlocutors speaking admirable English and dressed fit to kill amidst the dust and rubble. Beeley spends considerable time in country, getting down and dirty with her Arab interviewees, whose faces and voices reflect the sadness and frustration of years and years of scarcity and fear under terrorist occupation. There is no substitute for the real thing.
In the background of one of Beeley’s videos aired on TV, you can see White Helmets members waving ISIS flags, leaving no doubt as to where their allegiance lies. In this video, real rescue groups with genuine credentials claim that the White Helmets are criminals. If you find that accusation hard to believe, here is testimony from doctors who were present in a hospital where the White Helmets staged the “chemical attack” scene shown on TV stations around the world as propaganda that led to Trump’s Tomahawk attack.
Source of translated article: newinform.com
Unknown soldiers effectively dealt with the leaders of militants in Idlib
In the Syrian province of Idlib, the leaders of bandit formations from Eastern Gouta were executed by unknown people.
3 September 2018
The last major stronghold of militants in the north-west of Syria has become the arena of bloody confrontation of all sorts of forces. Thus, against the backdrop of a large-scale offensive being prepared by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), local groups of illegal armed bandis are increasingly arranging massacres against the ringleaders of their neighbours.
Thus, according to a report by the Arab news portal Almasdarnews (AMN), unidentified men recently dealt extremely effectively with the leaders of militants in Idlib, who were captured and then shot. It became known that two previously high-ranking field commanders of one of the jihadist groups had been abducted and executed by unknown persons. According to AMN, the bodies of the murdered Abu Vasssef al-Askari and Abu Maria al-Idari were found with bullet holes in their heads in the town of Nahlay, located south of the administrative center of the province of Idlib.
The source notes that a few months ago the now-executed field commanders had arrived in the north-west of Syria from Eastern Ghouta together with thousands of other Islamists who agreed to a deal with the SAA. The militants initially accused the Syrian special services of such incidents, but recently their suspicions began to fall on their competitors, as well as terrorist sleeper cells, local partisans and even agents of foreign intelligence services. At the moment, neither side of the conflict has taken responsibility for the liquidation of the rebel leaders.
Further, Arab media reported that an explosion occurred in the village of Kafr Sijna. As a result of the explosion of a car stuffed with explosives, several people died.