New Financial Corruption of Terrorists’ Commander Revealed in Eastern Ghouta

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Commander of Faylaq al-Rahman Abdolnasser Shamir stole a sum of $242,000 of the terrorist group’s financial resources, sources said after earlier reports that Head of Jeish al-Islam’s political Office Mohammad Aloush had stolen tens of millions.

Sources affiliated to the terrorists reported on Monday that the so-called ‘Governor-General Department Council’ of Damascus, affiliated to Faylaq al-Rahman has recently written a letter after being transferred to Northern Syria, demanding the return of $242,000 and 783,000 Syrian Liras which had been given to Shamir.

They added that Shamir has claimed that the money has been spent on operations rooms and militants during the battles against the Syrian army, noting that the financial moves made by Faylaq al-Rahman commander have created differences among the militants.

Terrorists have been engaged in internal differences over financial issues and stolen ancient antiques since moving from Eastern Ghouta of Damascus to Northern Syria.

In a relevant development earlier this month, media activists said after Aloush resigned from his post that he had stolen tens of millions of dollars from the terrorist group and run trade activities in Turkey.

Media activists affiliated to the dissident groups reported that Aloush had stolen a sum of $47mln from Jeish al-Islam before resignation and has purchased restaurants and commercial centers and businesses in Istanbul of Turkey and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.

Based on reports, Jeish al-Islam commanders had called on Aloush to return the huge amount of money which had been paid to the terrorist group early this year.

Aloush resigned from his post after Jeish al-Islam sustained heavy defeats in recent clashes with the Syrian army and lost its main stronghold in Eastern Ghouta.

Alloush resigned from his post without giving details.

Alloush said in a statement addressed to Jeish al-Islam leadership and individuals that he has been honored to serve them for years since the establishment of the group up to today, justifying his resignation due to his belief to make room for new energies.

Alloush is one of the founders of Jeish al-Islam and joined its ranks since its inception in 2011.

 

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