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Hundreds of defectors infiltrate into Turkey via Idlib

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Hundreds of defectors infiltrate into Turkey via Idlib

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Sep 2017, 4:05 am

Hundreds of defectors infiltrate into Turkey via Idlib

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The newspaper "Guardian" British that dozens of dissidents from the organization, "Daash" criminal managed to infiltrate into Turkish territory while hundreds of others are waiting in the Syrian Idlib the opportunity to cross the border.
The newspaper said in a report published on Tuesday that former exiles are trying to escape from the hotspots against the backdrop of the defeats suffered by the organization at the expense of the Syrian army backed by Russia, and "Syrian Democratic Forces" supported by the coalition led by Washington and the Iraqi forces.
The report said that the intelligence services in the countries of the world see this as a great danger and do not trust the possibility of rehabilitation of those in their communities.
According to the report, the defectors sought to enter Turkish territory to return later to their countries in the region and beyond, asserting that 4 militants of Saudi origin infiltrated into the south of the country in early September, each of which paid $ 2,000 to human smugglers to cross the border, That Turkish forces spent over the past year dozens of "Invaders Invited" in these areas.
The Guardian quoted one of the four militants, Abu Saad, as saying that some 300 former members of Daqash, including Saudis, Egyptians, Moroccans and descendants of Europe, had found temporary shelter in the northern countryside of Idlib under the Sham Liberation Organization " Previously).
Abu Saad said that these dissidents do not believe in the "victory" and rallied together in anticipation of any attacks on them, adding that the escape of "Al-Daosh" dissidents to Idlib began in 2015.
Abu Saad revealed the details of his work in favor of "Daash," asserting that he arrived in Syria in 2012 "to help the Syrian people" and joined an armed group and announced his pledge to the organization in the following year.
The hardliner expressed his disappointment with the organization, saying that "al-Dawash" did not understand Tawheed and other Islamic principles. They used violence without any justice, and only listened to their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who had absolute authority.
Abu Saad, who was inspecting the prisons of Da'ash, said he witnessed in a prison in Manbaj a woman who spent 13 days behind bars in catastrophic conditions without basic services and clean water, as punishment for threatening to kill a man who assassinated her husband.
He said: "The conditions there were worse than believed ... There were people in prison who did not commit any sin."

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