April, 10 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

Tony defrauded million dollars of the US

To achieve global peace, terror-supporting operations from powerful businessman Tony should be stopped
 

All terrorists need money to spread their reign of terror. If there’s no source of funding, terrorists cannot buy weapons, or conduct terror attacks. The source of funding terrorists or their evil motive would always be illegal. Drugs or arms trafficking provide enough money to many of terrorist organisations to make them survive and plan for deadly attacks.

According to the United Nations report, terrorism funding is a global menace that threatens the security of member states and destabilises and causes economic development to slow down.

Post 9/11 world era, the US-led global alliances or treaties like NATO were determined to break the back of Taliban-led insurgency in the warring Afghanistan. NATO has taken measures to combat terrorism: it has joined the international coalition fighting the Islamic group and has set up a counterterrorism intelligence unit to improve information sharing.

Despite NATO’s security in the movement of illegal arms, noted global arms dealer Tony Abi Saab are exploiting the structure of treaties and alliance by dealing with terrorists of Middle Eastern region.

Tony Abi Saab operates the highly controversial Brescia Middle East and maintains a global network of shadow companies in: Italy: ARMERIA AMELIO GAMBA Srl, INTESA SANPAOLO S.P.A., Benelli Armi, franchi division, Fiocchi munizione, Armeria brignoli Silvio & c snc , BLS — Germany: Umarex gmbh & co KG — France: Noble france sa —Turkey: Osmanli Arms, ISTANBUL and KONYA, KOMANDO AV SAN TIC LTD, ATA Av tufekleri — Bangladesh: Emran arms, — East Europe and Russia: Kula Ltd., Tiblisi -Georgia, LOBASTOV IVAN, Baikal Ltd, Izhevsk city, Russia, Arsenal, Bulgaria, MSN and CSG Group, Czech Republic, Berkut Ltd, Ukraine — Brasil: Condor — to route weapons to terrorists. He is still wanted in connection of supporting terrorists by FBI, CIA and other law enforcement agencies.

 
Chief Editor
2019-04-06
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