12 of ISIS escape with complicity of Turkish gangs in occupied Afrin

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced that 12 ISIS mercenaries escaped from a prison supervised by Turkish occupation mercenaries in the occupied Afrin countryside, with the latter’s complicity.

12 of ISIS escape with complicity of Turkish gangs in occupied Afrin
29 March 2024   15:46
NEWS DESK

12 ISIS mercenaries escaped from a prison supervised by the Turkish occupation mercenaries in the Bulbul district in the occupied Afrin countryside, with the complicity and direct cooperation of the mercenaries, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

The areas occupied by Turkey include leaders of ISIS mercenaries, as these areas are considered a safe environment for them.

This incident is not the first of its kind. At the beginning of last year, 20 ISIS mercenaries managed to escape from Rajo prison, north of occupied Aleppo, with the direct complicity of prison officials, in exchange for sums of money that ranged between 1,000 and 3,000 US dollars for one ISIS mercenary. While some paid sums of money amounted to 10 thousand US dollars to escape.

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