Anonymous reveals cargo manifest from grounded Syrian plane
Anonymous, an international hacking group, has revealed the cargo manifest of a Syrian plane that was forced down by Turkey on Oct. 10 after it hacked into the Syrian Foreign Ministry's emails, daily Hürriyet has reported.
There were 10 boxes of electronic equipment in the cargo, according to the documents.
Anonymous also released a seven-page complaint letter penned by Syrian Airlines CEO Ghaida Abdüllatif to the International Air Transport Association and the Arabian Airlines Organization, accusing Turkey of air piracy.
Turkey forced down the plane, which was en route from Moscow to Damascus, on suspicions that it was transporting military equipment to the Syrian government.
Syrian opposition block accuses Turkey of harming Syria
The National Coordination Committee for Democratic
Change, a Syrian opposition group, has accused Turkey of allowing Saudi
militants into Syria who then "harm the country,” according to daily
Speaking to the Voice of Russia Radio, the representative for the block claimed that "political powers like Turkey allowed [Saudi militants] to sneak in."
"These militants harm Syria," Heytem Menna said.
The National Coordination Committee for Democratic Change is an umbrella organization of 13 opposition groups.