January 20, 2018 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos
IDLIB, Syria – As the three-way battle between ISIS, Al-Qaeda affiliated jihadists and the Syrian Army continues to wage across the Idlib axis (southern Idlib countryside-northern Hama countryside-southern Aleppo countryside), ISIS has captured tobacco and drugs belonging to the Syrian Army and their jihadist rivals after taking towns and villages formerly under their control.
Although the type of drug was not revealed, it is most likely captagon, the drug of choice and has become synonymous with opposition jihadist forces.
Captagon is an amphetamine also known in jihadist ranks as “chemical courage” and is widely used when battling with the Syrian Army.
Meanwhile, ISIS has also beheaded three Syrian Army soldiers in Idlib. Full details can be found here.