Near Syrian-Jordanian borders | Lebanese Hezbollah forms smuggling groups and support them with weapons and narcotics • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Near Syrian-Jordanian borders | Lebanese Hezbollah forms smuggling groups and support them with weapons and narcotics

SOHR activists have reported that the Lebanese “Hezbollah” formed smuggling groups to Jordan consisting of Al-Suwaydaa Bedouins working in smuggling and those who have experience with the roads.

According to reliable SOHR sources, the (S.R.) group and (Al-Absat) group were formed, who are cousins of Al-Suwaydaa bedouins and live near Al-Sha’ab village ten kilometers of the Jordanian borders.

SOHR sources confirmed that the smuggling groups obtain weapons and narcotics from the Lebanese Hezbollah and Air-Force Intelligence, and have close relations with them.

On May 28, SOHR activists reported seeing a patrol of eight armoured vehicles conducted by the Russian Military Police in villages and towns in Yarmouk basin at Syria-Jordan border in the western countryside of Daraa.

On May 19, SOHR activists reported that Russian patrols roamed with the head of the Military Security Branch on the border area in Hawd Al-Yarmok area in Daraa countryside.

According to reliable SOHR sources, nearly ten cars and armoured vehicles roamed in Qoya, Ma’raya and Al-Qasir towns adjacent to Jordanian borders.

This came hours after the statements of the Jordanian king as a possible escalation at borders with Syria, pointing out that the void being left by Russia in Syria will be filled by Iran and its agents.