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After the collapse of the Baghdadi state, many ISIS women fled the Islamic Caliphate’s territories to Idlib. When they finally settled in Idlib, they looked for job opportunities. One of the most attractive job opportunities in Idlib is joining international NGOs. They can have excellent salaries, and they will also be able to travel to Turkey and Europe afterwards. Additionally, a job with these NGOs also provide excellent cover for spying. HTS (Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham) princes, to no one’s surprise, have selected and married the most beautiful and attractive widows of their twins in ISIS and forced these women to infiltrate NGOs. The corrupt Syrian HR managers have full support from their allied foreign senior managers and provided crucial positions for these women.
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Analyst Counter Syrian Jihadists - Syria
Abu Yahya is an analyst who has worked with several International NGOs in Syria and Turkey. He has worked in roles between field researcher, data analyst, security analyst, and media editor and has also worked as a political translator and a political editor on counter-terrorism issues. Abu has worked hard with NGOs to prevent HTS and ISIS affiliations from benefiting from the assistance dedicated to the poor.
His written work which is based on his personal experiences while living in Idlib among ISIS (when it ruled the area) and HTS (currently ruling the area) has been widely published in different counter-terrorism organisations.
Abu Yahya has disclosed HTS (Hay’at Tahrir Al Shaam) interference in NGOs’ recruitment and procurement activities to steal the assistance meant for the deserving.