BEIRUT (AP) — In the sprawling al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria, Islamic State wives and widows have put up unique courts, stabbed to death at the least two different people accused of apostasy and wielded knives and pistols in clashes making use of their Kurdish guards.
Now, as Turkish troops invade north Syria plus the U.S. abandons its Kurdish allies, you can find renewed worries of the jail break into the camp that may give new lease of life to the extremist team.
The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, who captured most of northeastern Syria from has been close U.S. armed forces support, are mobilizing to avoid the Turkish intrusion and state they may possibly not be in a position to spare sufficient forces to secure al-Hol, house to thousands of IS-linked females and kids, as well as other detention camps keeping significantly more than 10,000 male militants, including some 2,000 international fighters.
Islamic State frontrunner Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who stays at big, called on their supporters month that is last strike the camps and set the detainees free.
Turkey views the Kurdish fighters as terrorists due to their links towards the Kurdish insurgency with its southeast. Читать далее «Turkish intrusion raises worries of Islamic State jail break»