Jihadists escape prison, Kurds beg for help: “ISIS revived”



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Jihadists escape prison, Kurds beg for help: “ISIS revived”



AFTER Turkish attacks on Syria, members of ISIS fighters' families at the Al-Hol camp in the northeast of the country are trying to escape, CNN reported.

There are currently about 70,000 people in Al-Hol, mostly members of the ISIS fighters' families, and the footage that emerges shows the chaotic state of affairs inside the camp under the jurisdiction of Kurdish forces.



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The camp is chaotic, the prisoners trying to attack the security guards

Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces commander Mervan Qamishlo said there had been “disobedience of civilians” at the camp yesterday and that detainees were trying to attack security guards and demolish tents.

According to a recent Pentagon report, the ISIS ideology has spread since US troops left the camp.

The unrest came after a warning by the SDF, the US's main partner in the fight against ISIS, that Turkey's military attacks on the northeastern border of Syria would make it difficult to control terrorists in prisons and their family members in camps.

Five ISIS fighters escaped from Navkur prison yesterday

Five ISIS fighters escaped there after Turkey fired mortars near the Navkur prison yesterday.

“There is a real danger of the situation getting out of hand,” said Mustafa Bali, a spokesman for the SDF, accusing Turkey of releasing ISIS prisoners as part of their strategy.

Kurds: Turkish invasion revived Islamic State

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) say Turkey's attack in northern Syria has revived the Islamic State, and is calling on allied countries who helped fight jihadists to shut down air traffic on Turkish warplanes.

SDF official Redur Xelil said at a media conference broadcast by the television that the SDF was continuing to co-operate with the US-led coalition in the fight against the Islamic State, although it must now also face a Turkish attack in northern Syria.

“The Turkish invasion no longer threatens the revival of Daesh (Islamic State), but revived them and activated their branches in Qamishli, Hasaka and other areas,” Xelil said, recalling the car bomb blasts in both cities in the past day.

“We are still working with the international coalition to fight Daesh. We are now fighting on two fronts, one against the Turkish invasion and the other against Daesh,” Xelil added.

He said that the SDF fighters, who had been protecting Syria's coalition forces for four years, were now “tortured by Turkish warplanes in the eyes of their allies”, who he added had “left them suddenly and without warning”.

This is a clear allusion to the US withdrawal of troops from the part of the Syrian border now targeted by Turkey.

“We don't want them to send their troops to the front lines. All we want is to close their airspace to Turkish planes, and they can do it very easily,” Xelil said.


Jihadists escape prison, Kurds beg for help: “ISIS revived”

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