The coalition allows Daish to leave Al-Raqqa with a cover of human shields
A member of the Council of Civil Tender, Omar Alloush, it is expected to leave all the remaining fighters of the organization, "Daash" the city of Raqqa Syrian on Saturday night and accompanied by civilians as human shields.
"The fighters will take with them 400 civilians who are being held at Al-Rigga National Hospital," Alloush said.
A member of the council, which was founded to manage the city after its liberation from the control of the militants, pointed out that those who have already surrendered 100, were persuaded to do so during talks with tribal sheikhs and dignitaries.
"The elders persuaded about 100 people to surrender, and the others will not surrender. So they are now looking for a plan. They are taking hostages with them somewhere else away from the city and releasing the civilians," he said, adding that the agreement could be implemented on Saturday. .
Earlier, Alloush announced that the evacuation agreement from the city included Syrian and foreign fighters in a sympathetic organization after the International Alliance announced that the agreement would exclude foreigners.