Islamic State terrorists surrender to Kurds at captured, child-filled prison — Analysis

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) took full management of the al-Sina’a jail on Wednesday

The Kurdish-led SDF have crushed off Islamic State (IS, previously ISIS) terrorists on the al-Sina’a jail within the northeastern Syrian metropolis of Hasaka. 

In a tweet on Wednesday, spokesman Farhad Shami confirmed the victory, stating that each one IS militants had surrendered simply hours after 500 handed themselves over following earlier clashes.

“Sport Over Daesh,” he wrote in a subsequent tweet.

Shami shared photographs from the jail within the aftermath of the battle. 

His tweets made no reference to the 850 kids and minors the UN kids’s company believes to have been caught in clashes on the jail advanced.

UNICEF has registered its concern for the destiny of the youngsters who had been dwelling alongside some 5,000 prisoners because it was seized by militants final Thursday.

“On daily basis counts. It’s very arduous to even think about what atrocities these kids are witnessing,” UNICEF’s Center East and North Africa regional advocacy and communications head, Juliette Touma, mentioned on Tuesday. 

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The kids, who had reportedly been detained for suspected hyperlinks to IS through the US-backed marketing campaign in 2019, have been being held in a dormitory on the facility. The SDF mentioned IS militants had been holed up within the constructing. 

The Kurdish-led forces claimed the youngsters have been getting used as a “human defend.”

Sina’a jail is the biggest facility operated by the SDF.

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