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Revealed: How ISIS got most of their weapons from the countries now bombing Syria - including Britain - Mirror Online

10.12.15

Revealed: How ISIS got most of their weapons from the countries now bombing Syria - including Britain - Mirror Online: Oliver Sprague, Amnesty UK’s Arms Programme Director, said: "Decades of free-flowing arms into Iraq meant that when IS took control of these areas, they were like children in a sweetshop.

"The fact that countries including the UK have ended up inadvertently arming IS, should give us pause over current weapons deals.

"The UK was one of the key supporters of a global Arms Trade Treaty, intended to prevent the proliferation of arms and their use in horrific abuses like IS are committing."


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