Syrian militant tells how he has been brought to Karabakh

01.11.2020, Yerevan.

Syrian mercenary Al-Sher tells how he was recruited to participate in the war in Nagorno-Karabakh, the Armenian Investigative Committee informs on November 1.

According to the information, Mehred Muhammad Al-Sher was detained in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) on suspicion of being a mercenary. As the detainee himself told later, his militant group was assigned mission to capture the village of Artsakh and to arrange a massacre there, killing everyone without exception.

Mehred Muhammad al-Sher said that he himself lived in Syria. He also told how he got to Azerbaijan through Turkish mediators. According to him, Turkish citizens were engaged in recruiting fighters for war against Armenians. They promised the militants a salary of 2 thousand dollars a month.

Upon their arrival to Azerbaijan, the Syrian mercenaries were dressed in the uniform of Azerbaijani personnel military men.

“From the very beginning, we knew that we had to fight against Armenians,” Al-Sher said.

The militant also told about one of the combats during which he was wounded and was taken prisoner. His unit was tasked with carrying out massacres in the captured village.

“We were ordered not to leave anyone alive, including civilians,” the mercenary said.

He also recalled that the Syrian mercenaries were also offered medication to alleviate fear and pain. Many are fighting under the influence of those drugs, the captured militant said.

A number of official representatives of intelligence agencies of Russia, France, Syria and other countries informed that they have reliable evidence that Turkey transfers militants from jihadist groups in Syria and Libya to the zone of Karabakh conflict. In response to the French President’s statements about Syrian mercenaries on Azerbaijan’s side, President Ilham Aliyev said that Macron was lying and demanded an apology.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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