At least 750 Isis affiliates escape Syria camp after Turkish shelling


Olde Hornet

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agent orange wanted it, now he has it!
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At least 750 Isis affiliates escape Syria camp after Turkish shelling
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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2...ates-have-escaped-camp-after-turkish-shelling
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At least 750 people with suspected links to Islamic State have reportedly fled a displacement camp in north-east Syria, local officials have said, raising fears that the Turkish offensive against Kurdish forces in the area could lead Isis to regain strength amid the chaos.

The news came at the same time the US ordered all 1,000 US troops to withdraw “as safely and quickly as possible” from the region after learning that the Turkish operation was likely to extend further than Ankara’s proposed 20-mile (32km) “safe zone” on the border between the two countries.
 

The Founder

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This is what Trump wanted so that he can conduct unrestricted bombing and other things. The guy wants his war.
 

Olde Hornet

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The war against ISIS was all a waste .
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https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/14/middleeast/isis-battle-wasted-gains-intl/index.html

(CNN)Earlier this year I spent almost two months in northeast Syria covering what we thought was the final battle against ISIS. The so-called caliphate that stretched from the outskirts of Baghdad to western Syria, that ruled over more than ten million people, had been reduced to the remote town of Baghouz on the banks of the Euphrates.

In the end the "caliphate" was little more than a sprawling expanse of rubble and mangled cars, strewn with the corpses of ISIS fighters.
But it wasn't the final battle. We were wrong.
Thousands of ISIS fighters surrendered, and many thousands more -- their widows and orphans, their wives and children -- ended up in SDF-run prisons and detention camps.
 
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