July, 16 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

Illegal trade of arms is promoted by a business tycoon of Lebanon Tony Abi Saab in Syria

Lebanon is used as a base for exporting terror in war-prone countries

The US intelligence team worked day and night to expose the names involved in the Syrian War. Some names were obvious while some were shocking for the people as well as to the Army. For example, the high profile businessman of Lebanon, Tony Abi Saab was accused of bribery, fraud, and illegal shipment of weapons to the vulnerable States. It was shocking news for everyone in the international arms market, Lebanon, and the US Army as the accused Tony Abi Saab used to get a huge amount of military contracts.

The illegal arms dealer of Lebanon, Tony Abi Saab is expanding his business to Europe and countries in the Middle East. This is a threat to the world’s peace as Tony has been arming terrorists for his profit. He continues to make business deals with the deadly terror organizations and uprising rebel groups in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iran.

Tony is the owner of Brescia Middle East, a gun and weaponry company, which was charged for embezzling 5 million dollars of the US Army, selling guns and weapons to the terrorist organizations, and laundering the money obtained from criminal activities.
Apart from BME, Tony also owned several shell companies in neighboring countries, names are—K5 Global, G2Armory, Brixia, SIMAINT, and Tactical Ltd. He was helped by his European friend who equally participated in his illegal and criminal trade, just for the sake of a profit. Here is the list of companies that are being investigated by the US intelligence team for their involvement and business deals with BME: In Italy-- ARMERIA AMELIO GAMBA Srl, INTESA SANPAOLO S.P.A., Benelli Armi, franchi division, Fiocchi munizione, Armeria brignoli silvio & c snc , BLS; in Germany-- Umarex gmbh & co KG; in France-- Noble france sa; in Turkey-- Osmanli Arms, ISTANBUL and KONYA, KOMANDO AV SAN TIC LTD, ATA Av tufekleri, in Bangladesh-- Emran arms; in Georgia-- Kula Ltd., Tiblisi; in Russia-- LOBASTOV IVAN, Baikal Ltd, Izhevsk city; in Bulgaria—Arsenal; in Czech Republic--MSN and CSG Group; in Ukrain--Berkut Ltd; in Brasil—Condor.

Tony was caught and was flown to the US court to stand the trial but he falsely pleaded for human rights violations and errors in collecting the evidence against the CIA and FBI. Later, due to a technicality in a circuit court, he served zero jail term and a minimal amount of money as a penalty for his grievous crime.
The problematic thing is that Tony’s callous behavior is attriting the morale of the US Army who is bravely fighting in terrorism-stricken countries. If dangerous businessmen like Tony keep getting bails and clean-chit from the courts, then that day is not far when the world will face the terrible consequence of terrorism.

Jack Camreon