Syria’s Idlib: British Expert Cooperating with Tahrir Al-Sham to Equip Drones with Chemical Weapons

The Arabic-language website of Sputnik quoted well-informed sources in Idlib as disclosing that the terrorist group has recently received 100 small-sized drones via a Turkish tradesman, adding that the drones have been sent to one of the bases of Tahrir al-Sham in the town of Ma’arat Mesrin via the border town of Harem.

Its went on to say that the new drones were delivered at first to the Libyan and Moroccan agents under the supervision of a British expert who has modified the drones’ structure in order to make them lighter to enable them to carry missiles.

Sputnik further said that Tahrir al-Sham intends to use the new drones in chemical and poisonous gas attacks in Northern Syria.

Last month, Sputnik quoted informed sources close to the terrorist commanders in Idlib province as saying that French experts were assisting Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at to arm their missiles with chemical warheads to launch a false-flag chemical operation among the civilian population with the help of the White Helmets.

it said that the White Helmets transferred a consignment of toxic chemicals from one of Tahrir al-Sham warehouses in the town of Kafr Nubl in the Western parts of the town of Ma’arat al-Nu’aman in Southern Idlib to an underground storage in Idlib city which has recently been built near the Central Prison.

The sources noted that the black French experts arrived in the underground storage recently, adding that the chemical cargos were delivered to them to arms the missile warheads.

According to the report, a number of missiles along with missile-launchers were transferred to the region through borders.

Tahrir al-Sham and the White Helmets have transferred several cargos of chlorine and sarin gas to different fronts in demilitarized zone in North and Northwestern Hama, Northeastern Idlib and Northeastern Lattakia since the Sochi agreement was signed between Turkey and Russia to set up a weapons-free zone.

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