Some sources from Persian Gulf counties have revealed that Britain’s secret intelligence agency MI6 has actively worked with Syrian Wahhabi elements since a few months ago in order to conduct terrorist attacks and assassinate senior Syrian army officials.
The informed sources reported that officials from the British Embassy in Kuwait have increased their meetings with Takfiri Wahhabi Salafi elements in recent months, Nahrain Net reported.
The sources also stressed that Salafi elements in turn introduced Syrian Wahhabi elements living in Kuwait to two MI6 officers, who are working under diplomatic cover at the British Embassy in Kuwait.
The Nahrain Net reported that these meetings provided important information for the UK’s MI6 by building bridges between Syrian extremist Wahhabis and Britain’s spying apparatus. These relations are all aimed at leading Syrian terrorists to target people or places which the MI6 proposes.
Four senior Syrian officials including Defense Minister Dawoud Rajiha, Deputy Defense Minister Assef Shawkat, Security Chief General Hisham Ikhtiyar and Assistant Vice President Hassan Turkmeni were killed in the bombing at the headquarters of the National Security Bureau in Syria’s capital on Wednesday July 18.
Furthermore, the informed sources from Persian Gulf counties said that the MI6 officers met with elements close to al-Qaeda in the region and as a result Britain’s spying apparatus on behalf of Americans and Turks provided the terrorists with detailed information from people and places which have been planned to be targeted.
Meanwhile, on Thursday July 19, the UK government froze assets worth £100m belonging to Syrian officials.