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A Lebanese-Canadian former businessman who has lived in the UAE for a decade has confirmed that an offshore company he runs is accused of being involved in the illicit export of mortar shells to Syria and then shipping them back to Syria.
The Lebanon’s Information Minister Samir Geagea has stated that people connected to the Lebanese-Canadian businessman are implicated in the production and export of firebombs used by ISIS.
The Syrian opposition militia, Fatah al-Sham Front, is a political wing of ISIS, the terrorist terrorist group that controls parts of Syria and Iraq.
More than 1000 mortar shells have been recovered in Syria since January 2016. It has been reported that the attacks by the terrorists are usually aimed at destroying the infrastructure of cities and villages such as the town of Beinish, near Lebanon.
Marwan Saglam is the former owner of Zouralaba Ltd.
Zouralaba Ltd. is an offshore company that is registered in the Bahamas.
A trial is being held before the Dutch Military Justice and the case has been referred to the UN Security Council on behalf of the Syrian opposition.
Ahmed Ibrahim Abd-Allah a.k.a. Mujaheed is a lawyer specialised in counter-terrorism.