It was revealed that a meeting was held between a delegation from the “international coalition” led by Washington and representatives of ISIS prisoners in “SDF” prisons, with the aim of transferring a new number of them to fight
against the Syrian and Iraqi armies.
The disclosure of this meeting comes one day after what was revealed by “SANA” agency, which confirmed that “US forces transferred dozens of ISIS militants from SDF prisons to a military base in Al-Hasakah Governorate.”
Al-Mayadeen TV quoted its sources as saying that “the meeting was held in the central prison of Hasaka in the Ghweran neighborhood in the city of Hasakah, with the deployment of a number of coalition mechanisms, and intensive flight of helicopters in the airspace of the area.”
The sources indicated that, “a number of ISIS detainees were transferred in two batches from the SDF prisons
, from the Industrial Secondary and Self-Defense prisons. It aims to engage the militants of the organization in battles against the Syrian and Iraqi armies, to preserve the pretext for the continuation of the American military presence in the region.”
The sources revealed that “the transfer operations included the leader of ISIS’s spying groups, Mansour Hammoud al-Armat, known as Abu Sajjad, in addition to the organization’s tank supervisor, Marwan Ziad Diab, engineer Mohsen Abbar al-Jassem, and an expert in dismantling explosive devices, Ghiath Omar bin Abdul Aziz, who is of Jordanian nationality.” “.
On April 13, Syrian civil sources reported that “American
helicopters transported about 60 ISIS terrorists from SDF prisons in al-Hasakah, after coordination with it, to the al-Omar oil field in Deir ez-Zor, to be used in terrorist operations led by Washington. in the region.”
It is noteworthy that the “SDF” is holding about 12,000 ISIS militants in a number of prisons in the cities of Al-Hasakah, Al-Shaddadi, Al-Malikiyah and Qamishli, in Al-Hasakah Governorate.