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Intelligence archive: arrest order against Ayman Asfari, Syrian-British billionaire

Zaman Al Wasl Leaks | 2015-10-02 00:00:00
Intelligence archive: arrest order against Ayman Asfari, Syrian-British billionaire
   Ayman Asfari . Photo: agencies

Syrian regime's political security issued an order of arrest in 2013 against Ayman Asfari, a Syrian-British billionaire, over claims of funding Syrian opposition, the leaked Syrian intelligence archive obtained by Zaman Al Wasl has revealed.

The same warrant said Asfari should also be transferred to the military intelligence for interrogation.

The Syrian pioneer, 57, with $1.2 billion net worth had been accused accused of funding Syrian opposition, mainly the secular one, activists said.

Asfari was born in Syria, the son of a diplomat, but raised outside the country. His first job was in Dubai, as a consulting engineer carrying out soil testing.

Meanwhile, Asfari is the Chief Executive of Petrofac, a British multinational provider of integrated facilities services to the oil, gas and energy production and processing industries.

Asfari joined Petrofac in 1991 it had just one plant in Tyler, Texas. He bought it out in 2001, and took it public on the London Stock Exchange in 2005.

Zaman Al Wasl has obtained about 1,700,000 leaked documents and warrants issued by Syrian regime's security services with the end of 2014, including 524,416 arrest orders against citizens from 153 states across the world.

The warrants had been issued by most intelligence branches, including Air Force Intelligence, Military Intelligence, Political Security, Interior Ministry, Defense Ministry, Military Court, Military Police and other security services.



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