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The Guardian reveals a gathering for Daish looking for a way out of Syria


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The Guardian reveals a gathering for Daish looking for a way out of Syria

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Sep 2017, 5:05 am

The Guardian reveals a gathering for Daish looking for a way out of Syria

The Guardian newspaper in its issue on Wednesday, a report on hundreds of armed men who are seeking to find a way out of Syria after the organization lost control of several areas, revealing that they formed a gathering near Idlib and most believe that the organization misled and do not trust the front Victory that controls the region. 

"Some of these militants crossed the border into Turkey and then returned to one of the countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Dozens of them managed to infiltrate into Turkish towns in the south, despite strict border guards," the report said.

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Four armed Saudi nationals arrived in an area in southern Turkey early this month after paying $ 2,000 each for smugglers, he said. 

The report pointed out that the influx of militants continued from areas controlled by an organization calling to other areas in Syria and Iraq over the past year while the organization is losing control of its areas in Iraq and Syria, indicating that the international intelligence services are apprehensive of these militants, where they can not secure their side And the possibility of carrying out attacks in the countries where they arrive. The Guardian newspaper quoted a Saudi who managed to escape from Syria recently that 300 former members of the organization have formed a gathering near Idlib, which is controlled by militants Nasra Front. He said most of them believed that the organization misled them, and they did not trust the Nasra Front.

He added, "Abu Saud" that the militants have established a buffer zone in Idlib. The organization's fugitive militants have been resorting to Idlib since 2014, although state regulation has not had a strong presence in the region. The size of the flow of Islamic state fighters from Syria and Iraq remains unclear. The organization has lost control of most of the areas under its control in the two countries, leaving the organization's militants in trouble, not knowing where to turn.[/size]

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