Islamic State terrorists surrender to Kurds at captured, child-filled prison

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YPJ women fighters watch 100’s of defeated ISIS terrorists surrender: ‘We defeated ISIS mercenaries once again

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) took full control of the al-Sina’a prison on Wednesday

Islamic State group fighters, who surrendered after clashing with Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in Hassakeh, northeast Syria, Monday, Jan. 24, 2022 © Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, via AP

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The Kurdish-led SDF have beaten off Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) terrorists at the al-Sina’a prison in the northeastern Syrian city of Hasaka. 

In a tweet on Wednesday, spokesman Farhad Shami confirmed the victory, stating that all IS militants had surrendered just hours after 500 handed themselves over following earlier clashes.

“Game Over Daesh,” he wrote in a subsequent tweet.

Shami shared photos from the prison in the aftermath of the battle.

The SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) is a coalition army formed by the Rojava women and men’s defense militia’s (YPJ and YPG). But soon it became a multi ethnic democratic army including dozens of defense militias including Muslim, Christians, Azadis, Turkmen, Syriac, etc. The SDF is responsible for defeating and expelling the ISIS terrorist regime, with US led Coalition air support, and promoting cooperative industry, revolutionary direct democracy and women’s equality in the AANES controlled area, still under embargo and daily Turkish attacks.

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850 children and minors the UN children’s agency believes to have been caught in clashes at the prison complex.

UNICEF has registered its concern for the fate of the children who had been living alongside some 5,000 prisoners since it was seized by militants last Thursday.

SDF responds to UNICEF..SDF called on the UNICEF and humanitarian organizations to provide, through a clear action plan, sustainable support to the Autonomous Administration to construct rehabilitation centers that meet humanitarian and international standards.

“Every day counts. It’s very hard to even imagine what atrocities these children are witnessing,” UNICEF’s Middle East and North Africa regional advocacy and communications head, Juliette Touma, said on Tuesday. 

The children, who had reportedly been detained for suspected links to IS during the US-backed campaign in 2019, were being held in a dormitory at the facility. The SDF said IS militants had been holed up in the building. 

The Kurdish-led forces said the children were being used as a “human shield.”

Sina’a prison is the largest facility operated by the SDF.

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