The Salafi Movement in Jordan admitted on Thursday the killing of Mohammad Yassin Jarad, the son-in-law of Abu Musaab al-Zarqawi, in al-Swieda city.
A man, who introduced himself as a leader in the Movement and requested anonymity, told UPI that Jarad was killed at a checkpoint in al-Sweida city.
The movement also admitted the killing of another member, Dawood Abu al-Mutasem, who fought along with Jabhat al-Nusra according to the Movement.
Meanwhile, the Salafi Movement in Jordan announced the killing of two members from Jabhat al-Nusra in Daraa city.
Hours earlier, the British Daily Mirror newspaper revealed that “British intelligence chiefs are recruiting retired spies to help the rebels in Syria beat President Bashar al-Assad’s forces by hacking into their communication systems.”
In its article, the daily highlighted that the intelligence officials have contacted “dozens of former Â¬technicians, expert signals analysts and code-breakers.”
“Former spies will set up base in Turkey and teach Syrian rebels how to crack the systems,” it mentioned.
On another level, a British intelligence source told the daily that “Britain has had an arm’s-length policy towards helping the rebellion in Syria but aiding the rebellion in listening into regime force plans will be a huge help.”
Press reports recently revealed that British and US satellites have been taking photos of the Syrian forces movements and passing them over to the so-called “Free Syrian Army” via the British Foreign Security Apparatus [MI6] and the US Central Intelligence Agency [CIA].