Extremist fighters are being relocated from Idlib to Ukraine…  The CIA intend to turn Ukraine into a new Afghanistan to the Russian


Many reports indicated recently that foreign fighters, mainly extremist Islamists have begun to migrate from Idlib in northern Syria towards Ukraine to fight the Russian army.

Most of those extremist fighters who move to eastern Europe, Chechen and Caucasian battalion fighters, Uzbek, Tajik fighters, and a group of Albanian fighters, and the vast majority were fighters at the Hay’at Tahrir al Sham, (formerly known as al Nusra Front) linked to al Qaeda, led by Abu Muhammad al Julani.

Local sources in Idlib, Northeastern Syria revealed that, dozens of foreign fighters in the region, started to leave since the beginning of this year.

Those fighters, according to the details of the battles in the past years in Syria, are considered the most ferocious and experienced in martial arts and guerilla warfare.

The London based, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says that more than 170 fighters have left the Syrian territory in batches since last October, and all of them are from the Caucasus and Chechnya.

Those fighters headed towards a European country due to pressures and request by Hay’at Tahrir al Sham organization.

It’s not fully clear how those fighters are leaving, with the fact that they’re considered to be dangerous fighters, who are classified as terrorists by the international community.

Questions regarding the fact of are they leaving Idlib in northern Syria to Eastern Europe, by US or Western intelligence who are working to involve these fighters in the war against the Russian forces in an organized manner, and to repeat the model of the war against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan, in the late 70’s and mid 80’s of the 20th century.

The CIA formed what was called back then, the Mujahedeen, who were the core of al Qaeda later on in partnership with Saudi Arabic, Gulf States, Egypt and Pakistani intelligence to defeat the Soviets in Afghanistan.

After this objective was achieved, the United States sought to eliminate them by launching direct invasion, after the 9/11 attacks in 2001, and later the US forces occupied Afghanistan for nearly 2 decades.

Currently it’s unknown whether these groups of extremist fighters are fighting in Ukrainian fronts under the command of the Ukrainian army or in coordination with the US and NATO.

It worth mentioning that, many fighters already fought in multiple fronts such as Libya under the command of NATO, and in the 2020 Armenian-Azarbaijani, Nagorno Karabakh war.

The dissident Salafist from Hay’at Tahrir al Sham, Ali al Arjani, wrote on Telegram, “The Caucasian and Albanian groups are leaving Idlib for Ukraine, because they found that Ukraine is more free for them than Idlib, and the battles there are real, and it seems that they are following the old fatwa of Ayman Haroush, that leaving for the country of the infidels is better, from sitting in Idlib under the authority of Abu Muhammad al Julani”.

Recently one of the most prominent Chechen fighters, known as Abdul Hakim al Shishani (Rustam Azhiev), who is the leader of the Caucasus Soldiers group, posted a video while he and his group are fighting the Russian forces in the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut.

The Russian media published the video, indicating that the United States had begun using terrorist groups to support the Ukrainian army.

A state of disagreements prevailed between some of these groups, which are based on foreign fighters, and between Hay’at Tahrir al Sham and its leader Abu Muhammad al Julani in northern Syria, as al Julani tried to domesticate and control these groups in the context of the changes that occurred in his approach in an attempt to enter the political theater and go along with the recent Turkish new approach to the Syrian issue, and approach the United States on the other hand, to ensure the consolidation of his control over Idlib and some of the northern Syrian areas.

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