Terrorists Intensify Plundering Infrastructures amid Syrian Army Advances in Idlib
The sources reported that Al-Nusra has recently tried hard to disassemble power plant installations in the town of Saraqib in Eastern Idlib to transfer them to other terrorist-held region and sell them the in black market.
The sources said that civilians in Saraqib have been preventing the terrorists from plundering the power plant facilities as the army is preparing to kick off an imminent operation to free Saraqib and the Syrian Air Force are pounding terrorists’ positions in the region.
Military sources in Damascus said on Monday that the non-Syrian members of Al-Nusra and al-Turkistani looted a large sugar factory Southeast of the town of Jisr Al-Shughour in Southeastern Idlib in a “last case of these plundering raids”.
The terrorists were pictured moving the factory’s equipment towards an unknown location, most likely to the Turkish border, where they would eventually sell the stolen material.
Both terrorist groups were responsible for looting the Zayzon Power Plant in rural Idlib last year, and they were seen moving the materials from that site to the Turkish border.