Greek Coast Guard intercepts aid container full of weapons, firearms, possibly intended for Muslim refugees


Greek authorities seize undocumented cache of weapons and supplies

By Shepard Ambellas

SOUTHERN ISLE OF CRETE, GREECE (INTELLIHUB) — A large vessel with a crew of 7, containing various supplies, weapons, and firearms, possibly in an effort to aid Muslim refugees, was intercepted by Greek authorities. However according to Reuters the ship was bound for Libya and may have no connection to refugee aid.

The vessel “Haddad 1” was intercepted by the Coast Guard on Aug. 29 after making its way from Turkey.

The ship was reported to have been loaded with numerous undocumented arms and supplies.

As of yet it’s unknown if the weapons were supplied by the CIA backed group ISIS.

Additional Sources:

ISIS Weapons In Europe? Greek Coast Guard Seizes Islamic State Ship Smuggling Ammunition — IB Times


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Updated Sept. 11 at 8:43 a.m. — added part about Libya.

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