DAMASCUS, SYRIA (4:00 P.M.) – Al-Qaeda-linked jihadi group said they have uncovered a spy network for the Syrian government in northern Idlib countryside amid reports of a potential onslaught against the jihadi-held province.
The three captured men, originally from northern Idlib, were responsible for providing the Syrian Intelligence with information, coordinates and images about jihadists’ bases, positions and whereabouts in the northern countryside near the borders with Turkey including Bdama and Dana towns.
A video was released by the group showing the three men confessing the accusations. However, AMN couldn’t verify the authenticity of the content.
It is no secret that Syrian Army spies have been active recently; posting photos with leaflets pledging allegiance to the Syrian government and threatening rebel groups.