​​​​​​​Two ISIS terrorists reveal important information about their ties to Turkey

Two Iraqi mercenaries, who were arrested during the second phase of the "Humanity and Security" campaign, revealed details of the trafficking of ISIS foreigners’ women “al-Mohajerat” and special guesthouses for mercenaries in Turkish territory and the treatment of their wounded in Turkish hospitals.

The Internal Security Forces launched the second phase of the "Humanitarian and Security" campaign in Al-Hol camp, on August 25, with the support of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the People's Protection Units (YPG) and the Women's Protection Units (YPJ).

During the fifth day of the campaign, which coincided with August 29, the mercenaries Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah and Mahmoud Mikhlif Talib Shaaban, whose origin from Iraq, were arrested.

In their confessions, the two mercenaries revealed to ANHA’s agency special guesthouses for ISIS mercenaries in Turkey, and their wounded were taken to Turkey for treatment.

The mercenary Mahmoud Mikhlif Talib Shaaban, an Iraqi of origin, born in 1986, studied Administration and Economics at the University of Baghdad, graduated in 2010, joined the ranks of ISIS after entering Iraq in 2014.

The mercenary underwent "Sharia" training courses, as they claim, by the mercenary Abu Yasser al-Tunisi.

He says about that: "Initially, I was a fighter, then I underwent a training course on anti-armor guided missiles in the desert of Homs, by Abu Omar al-Tunisi, and participated in battles against the regime in al-Mayadin and other areas, and then moved to the al-Jazira region."

Mercenary Mahmoud Mikhlif Talib Shaaban married with German citizenship called "Cirola Alfredo", and after being wounded in one of the battles, he decided to travel to Turkey, but failed.

About the reason for choosing Turkey as a destination to flee to, the mercenary said: "Turkey is the gateway that harbors multinationals and fighters from Jabhat al-Nusra."

After his failure to escape to Turkey, he worked in smuggling "al-Mohajerat" there. He said: "I got to know three smugglers: Abu Asim, Abu Abdullah, and Abu Hawass. He introduced me to a Turkish organization called Yahama, and it was supervised by a person named Abu Hamza al-Turki. This organization was Responsible for the expulsion al-Mohajerat to the areas under the control of Turkey."

Turkish hospitals treat ISIS mercenaries

During his confessions, the mercenary Mahmoud Mikhlif Talib Shaaban confirmed that "most of the wounded from the ranks of ISIS are receiving treatment in Turkey, and there are designated guesthouses, in addition to pay cash to serve the wounded."

As for the mercenary Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, born in 1998, from the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, he joined ISIS after entering the Fallujah region in 2014.

The mercenary underwent a Sharia course, and then participated in the battles and was wounded and his hand was amputated. After receiving treatment, he moved to al-Husaybah area in Iraq and stayed there for about a year.

After the Iraqi army advanced in al-Husaybah, he moved to Syria and then to al-Hol camp, and was arrested during the "Humanity and Security" campaign on the 29th of last August.

It is noteworthy that the second phase of the "Humanity and Security" campaign was launched to pursue ISIS mercenary cells in Al-Hol, dry up the sources of terrorism that help them, and rid the residents of their evil and terror, at a time when their operations have increased in conjunction with the escalation of threats from the Turkish occupation of the region.



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