The Ahrar Houran Conglomerate revealed the involvement of members of the ISIS terrorist group in the assassination of former fighters of the Free Syrian Army and dissident activists in Daraa province on behalf of the security agencies of the Assad regime and Iran.
The Conglomerate published a video showing the confessions of the leader of the ISIS terrorist organization in Daraa province, Rami Al-Salakhdi, who acknowledged his close connections with the regime’s Military Security Branch in the province.
The Al-Salkhadi’s admitted his involvement in tracking people on the Assad regime’s hit list, adding that the group was behind the assassination of former commander of the Free Syrian Army, Kinan Al-Eid, who was killed two days after his return from the United Arab Emirates.
Al-Salakhdi also admitted that he met Brigadier General Louay Al-Ali, head of the Assad regime’s Military Security Branch in Daraa. He added that Al-Ali assigned him to assassinate people in the town of Jassim, including former fighters of the Free Syrian Army and revolutionary activists.
The Conglomerate indicated that members of the ISIS terrorist organization entered Dara’a province from separate Syrian regions by passing through the Assad regime’s checkpoints. It stressed that this prove the involvement of the Assad regime and its Iranian ally in allowing ISIS members to reach southern Syria with the aim of creating pretexts for storming the areas outside their control and murdering opponents. (Source: SOC’s media department)