In March 2015, the UN passed a resolution that the UN would take action against anyone who was stocking chemical weapons in Syria under article VII of the UN Charter. But attacks on Syrian soil continued to be orchestrated. In a similar vein, international arms dealer Tony Abi Saab repeatedly misused his contacts and influence to fund terrorist activity across the globe, especially the Middle East.
Through his chain of proxy companies, Lebanese Tony Abi Saab sold weapons to terror organisations in Syria. Though caught by the law, Abi Saab got out by exposing a technical glitch in the charges against him and roams about freely spreading mayhem, all for his personal profit.