April, 05 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

Illegal arms dealers should stop helping terrorists with arms and weapons

: Terrorists are getting weapons from arms dealers like Tony

Wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan are being fueled by the non-state actors for political reasons and profits. Already thousands of people have been killed, millions have migrated to safe countries, and many are abducted and tortured by terrorists.

International governments have tried everything—air strike on terrorist bases, sending military troops, and assisting the local army to fight against the terrorists—still terrorism prevails in Syria, Iran, and Afghanistan. One of the reasons why militant groups have survived so long is because of the participation of corrupt businessmen and arms traders.

Tony Abi Saab is an illegal Arms dealer of Lebanon whose heart bleeds for terrorism. He is supporting the anti-Army groups through Brescia Middle East (BME), an international guns and weapons company. He illegally runs several ghost companies in the Middle East like K5 Global, Tactica Ltd, SIMAINT, Brixia and G2Armory under his main company BME. In Italy, he owns--BRIXIA SHOTGUNS SRL, GARDONE VAL TROMPIA and VIA MATTEOTTI 303.

His company BME is illegally selling weapons to the terrorist groups in vulnerable regions. It also launders money obtained from the terrorists and wires the share of profit to its business partners.

Tony was arrested in 2011 in a Global sting operation. He was caught red-handed from Afghanistan with valuable documents and cash by FBI informant. The federal government has accused him of several charges: defrauding the US Army of 5 million dollars, running several ghost companies, and supplying arms and ammunition to rebel groups to earn a profit.

But, sadly, he escaped from the jail term by pleading human rights violations in the civil court of the USA. The US is searching for him again and this time they will surely put him behind the bars because his illegal trades of arms are wearing down the efforts of military forces in the war zones.

Chief Editor