BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:55 A.M.) – Foreign jihadists from Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and Turkestan Islamic Party continued their criminal acts in Syria, as they were pictured looting one of Syria’s largest factories.

According to a military source in Damascus, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and Turkestan Islamic Party terrorists looted the large sugar factory that is located just southeast of Jisr Al-Shughour city in rural Idlib.

The jihadists were pictured moving the factory’s equipment towards an unknown location, likely to the Turkish border, where they will eventually sell the stolen material.

Both of these jihadist groups were responsible for looting the Zayzon Power Plant in rural Idlib last year; they were seen moving the materials from that site to the Turkish border.

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Ironically when the current mayhem is over and Syria once again is at peace , it is very likely that Syria will emulate Western Germany after WW2 and with brand new factories and infrastructure Syria could become the power house of the Middle East that eludes all the current enemies of Syria.

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Stern Daler

Likely because Syria also has a well educated population. I hope that Turkish capitalists will have as much economic success with these stolen old factories as the Allied capitalists had with theirs looted as reparations from Germany. LOL:P p.s. Germany is and was Europe’s premier investment goods producer. Partly because of the Western Allies depredations of private productive property of Germans in and outside of Germany after WW I & WW II. (They called it reparations – I call it theft). No idea whether Syria is much into making investment goods or whether it must import them. In spite of… Read more »

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Turkey continue making business with their terrorists in Syria. What a wonderful Russia partner.