Identical media reports revealed that the terrorist organizations affiliated with the Turkish regime deployed in Idleb, led by the “Al-Nusra Front” organization, invest hundreds of millions of dollars in Turkey, which they have collected by seizing humanitarian aid and selling it in the black market.
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A report by the Russian Sputnik news agency quoted sources it described as “informed” in the city of Idleb as saying that as soon as the aid that is brought in from Turkish territory reaches the areas controlled by the “Al-Nusra Front” organization, which is listed on the international terrorism list, the organization seizes it and collects it in its warehouses under the pretext of distributing it later to civilians, but it gradually disappears to appear on the black market at exorbitant prices, which are shared by the leaders of the organization and transferred to their bank accounts in Turkish banks.
The sources pointed out that the leaders of the terrorist “Jabhat al-Nusra” organization “invest their surplus money in Turkish cities in the field of real estate, cars, restaurants and shops, and that these investments, as a result of their seizure of aid, have reached over the past four years only more than 250 million dollars through which the terrorists of Al-Nusra Front purchased and sold real estate and announced an investment in a number of restaurants and cafes in the Turkish cities of Urfa, Gaziantep, and Istanbul.”
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