180 people fled Idlib Central Prison

180 people fled Idlib Central Prison, controlled by the mercenaries of Hayet Tehrir al-Sham (Jebhet al-Nusra) mercenaries last Thursday.

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180 people in Idlib Central Prison controlled by Hayet Tehrir al-Sham (Jebhet al-Nusra) mercenaries fled on Thursday, August 2 at late night to unknown destinations in Idlib governorate.

Sputnik quoted from sources on Friday and said that 180 prisoners of the total of 700 prisoners, including about 100 mercenaries of IS, as well as prisoners belong to several armed gangs and civilians who have been arrested for various reasons managed to escape.

The sources said that websites loyal to the mercenaries published images of the escaped people, and social media sites circulated them expecting that their escape was in collusion with some elements of the body who guard the prison.

In turn, some armed gangs accused the mercenaries of Hayet Tehrir al-Sham (Jebhet al-Nusra) mercenaries of facilitating the process of escaping the prisoners, especially those who belong to IS in order to keep the state of insecurity in Idlib areas, and to show the body as a defender of the people of the area against IS mercenaries’ practices.

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