April, 19 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

A Lebanon-native Tony fuels wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan

Tony’s shell companies Brixia and Tactica Ltd are supplying weapons to terrorists

International military forces are involved in pulling out conflicted Syria from the dreadful situation and making the State terrorist free again, but so far they haven’t succeeded in complete abolishment of terrorism. One of the reasons for the Army’s partial success in war-torn countries is the illegal arms dealers like Tony Abi Saab, who are equipping rebel groups with arms and weapons for the profit.

The Syrian conflict began as a civil war with some people opposing the government of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and some supporting him has now turned into a war of global interest since the invasion of terrorist groups, ISIS in 2011. The government’s military felt weak and helpless, and to rescue Syria from the brutal beheading of innocent citizens by terrorists, international military jumped in.

The war on terrorism in Syria has elongated more than expected, it’s been nine years now since terrorists are causing harm to civilians and creating chaos in the Middle East.

There are some non-actors who are greedy and inhuman; Tony Abi Saab is one of them. Through his company Brescia Middle East, Tony laundered the black money obtained from his shell companies—K5 Global, Brixia, G2 Armory, SIMAINT, and Tactica Ltd.

He deals in arms and weaponry with the terrorist leaders and makes sure that the mass slaughter of innocent civilians in Syria never stops, as it is one of the easiest and tax-free profits of the corrupt businessman.

Tony’s main company Brescia Middle East and his shell companies Brixia and Tactica Ltd imported guns and weapons from the Italian firms--Beretta and Tanfoglio to sell them to terrorist organizations active in Syria. He also reportedly supplied pistols, machine guns, and detonators for explosives to Daesh through Turkey. Although his companies are banned from doing any business in the United States, he is still active in the Middle East, Europe, and Asia.

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