Human organs found in terrorist hideout in southern Idlib
Syrian Army units found human organs preserved in “chloroform” in a terrorist hideout in the Maaret al-Nouman municipality in southern Idleb province.
The SANA reporter detailed that during the period in which the terrorists controlled the area, a doctor turned his house located in the village of al-Ghadfah about 10 km east of Maaret al-Nouman, into a primitive clinic, where he found a large number of transparent containers containing human organs, such as brains, eyes, hearts, lungs, livers and kidneys, intestines, among others, which were preserved in chloroform.
“The containers were labeled with the names of men and women with a description of their health status and personal data,” she said.
In one of house rooms, a large quantity of religious pamphlets and books with takfirista content was found, which the terrorist organizations used to brainwash the teenagers they recruited.
Western reports have revealed in recent years incidents of kidnapping of women, men and children by terrorist groups in northern Syria with the aim of selling their organs to traffickers.