Aleppo: Syria fighters Find Thousands of ISIL’s Top-Secret Documents in Manbij



A source within the ranks of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) disclosed that the SDF fighters have found thousands of documents during their advances in the town of Manbij that reveal the ISIL’s secrets and weak points.

“The Kurdish-led SDF fighter have found over 10,000 documents of the ISIL in the newly-liberated regions near Manbij,” the source said, adding, “The documents include scores of books, mobile cells, laptops, maps and USB storage devices.”

“The found documents will assist the SDF on how to confront the ISIL in battlefront, on the other hand, they contain the ways used by ISIL’s fresh forces to penetrate into Syria’s territories,” the source went on to say.

“The main foreign funders and financial sponsors of the ISIL have been mentioned in the found documents too,” the source underlined.

Reports said earlier this week that the SDF found a series of documents in the Russian language in a newly-liberated position in Manbij in Northeastern Aleppo that prove close cooperation of the ISIL with the Turkish traders.

“As soon as capturing and cleansing Manbij silos, the SDF fighter found the house of a senior Russian commander of the ISIL,” the sources said, adding, “The SDF found further a series of secret documents, including bill of lading, proforma invoice and other financial documents, that show the ISIL had imported a large number of items from Turkey.”

“Based on these documents, the Turkish trading company of Anvar Kargo Firma in Gaziantep was involved in exports of various kinds of goods to the ISIL-held regions in Syria,” the sources went on to say.

“In the meantime, the documents show that Anvar company had been exporting its cargos to ISIL-held city of Mosul in Iraq,” they further added.

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