US-backed Syrian Troops Successfully Release Prisoners from ISIS After a Week


US-backed Syrian Troops Successfully Release Prisoners from ISIS After a Week

Beirut - US- backed Kurdish- led forces say they've captured the last part of a captivity controlled by Islamic State zealots and freed scores of child detainees who were being used as mortal securities. It ended a week-long attack by crazies on one of Syria's largest detention installations. 


 The attack was the biggest by ISIS since the fall of the group's"caliphate"in 2019 and comes as the zealots have launched a number of deadly attacks in Syria and Iraq that have sparked fears they may launch another. 

In weeks of clashes, dozens of both sides have been killed, the US- led coalition has carried out nearly a dozen air strikes and thousands of civilians living hard have been displaced. 


"The whole captivity is now under control," said Farhad Shami, a spokesperson for the US- backed Syrian Popular Forces. “ Moment's operation was carried out in the cell where the juvenile detainees are being held. We were suitable to compass a number of terrorists who had taken them as securities and we killed them."

Shami said colors were also suitable to enter the cells and the remaining zealots surrendered. A large number of children were released, he said, but he didn't have an exact number. Shami said about convicts had surrendered. 


 The mutineers have used child detainees as securities to decelerate sweats to regain the installation, which is located in the northeastern megacity of Hassakeh, Kurdish officers said. 

After breaking into captivity Thursday night, ISIS zealots joined other screams inside the installation. About 200 fortified mutineers are believed to be hiding in the north sect at one end of the captivity complex, taking hostages from among captivity staff. 


 The Syrian captivity complex, known as al-Sinaa or Gweiran captivity, holds further than convicts, including about 600 minors. Children were reportedly killed and injured in the clashes, rights and aid groups said. 

The Britain- grounded Syrian Overlook for Human Rights said 124 ISIS zealots, 50 fighters with Kurdish- led forces and seven civilians were killed in the week-long descent that extended beyond the captivity walls into domestic areas. Thousands of civilians have been displaced. 


 The descent began Thursday just hours before another bold attack on military forces in bordering Iraq. Together, they gesture a new shaft in violence by the fearless mutineers who for months have been carrying out low- position attacks, substantially against security details, checkpoints and other moving targets. 

Eleven Iraqi dogfaces failed in their sleep after markswomen attacked an army barracks in Diyala fiefdom on Friday. It was the deadliest attack in months targeting the Iraqi service and condemning ISIS, which appears to be staking on a security vacuum in northern Iraq. This void is eternalized by a territorial disagreement between the civil government and thesemi-autonomous Kurdish region. 


 The Kurdish- led Syrian Popular Forces said early Wednesday that it had released 23 of its dogfaces held hostage by Islamic State zealots. Also it was said the convicts kept giving up. 

The SDF, backed by a coalition led by Bradley Fighting Vehicles and air support, has approached the sect of the captivity controlled by fortified mutineers. Fighters from the SDF and other security brigades took control of conterminous structures and used loudspeakers to call on the zealots to surrender. 


 The Islamic State group's territorial control in Iraq and Syria was crushed by a times-long US- backed crusade, but some fighters remain at large in slumberer cells that have decreasingly killed scores of Iraqis and Syrians in recent months. Captivity screams are frequent, where thousands of suspected ISIS zealots are being held. But the attacks launched late Thursday were the boldest and most ambitious. 

 Slumberer cells from outside the captivity, nearly 100, attacked the installation after dark, ramming vehicles into its walls and crumping auto losers to distract. They joined the rioting cons, and some managed to escape. 


 The SDF said the total number of exiles remained unclear. 

A recording attained from inside the captivity by a juvenile detainee describes the rush that has left numerous children dead and numerous injured inside the installation. Shami said at one point ISIS zealots had taken control of the sanitarium inside the captivity. The teenage boy who was injured in the head said medical help wasn't available. 


 On Wednesday, Iraq's high minister paid a rare visit to the country's border with Syria to show support for colors and said Iraqi forces were able of fighting the Ne group You're stronger moment than you were history,” he told them. ISIS overran vast swathes of northern Iraq in the summer of 2014 largely because Iraqi forces retreated. 

Al-Kadhmi was accompanied by the ministers of defense and the interior. Iraq shares a 599-kilometer (372- afar) border with Syria. 


 “ I say to the terrorists of Daesh Don't test us, you have tried a lot and failed. You'll try a lot and you'll fail,” he said, pertaining to ISIS by its Arabic acronym. 

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