November 26, 2022

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ISIS has attacked a large prison in Syria and released jihadists

The Islamic State (IS) group on Thursday raided a prison controlled by Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, releasing an unknown number of jihadists, the Syrian NGO said.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH), which has a comprehensive resource network in Syria, did not immediately report the victims of this rare attack in the Syrian Kurdish-controlled city of Hasake.

Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), dominated by Kurdish militants, continued their fight against ISIS, confirming the attack on the Quran prison, one of Syria’s largest home jihadists, but the jihadists did not escape.

According to OSDH, a car bomb had exploded at an entrance to the prison, and a second bomb had exploded before IS jihadists attacked Kurdish security forces guarding the prison.

Many prisoners escaped“The NGO did not specify their number.

OSDH Director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP that Quern was one of the largest detention centers for IS militants in war-torn Syria since 2011.

A car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Dash (Arabic for Syria).“, SDF said in a statement.”Dash sleeper cell members sprouted from the surrounding area and clashed with security forces“Kurds,” they continued.

The FDS sent reinforcements to the prison and blocked the area, OSDH said.

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