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Signs of the prosperity of the “state of Daeshistan”... and a bet on American support for the Kurds

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Signs of the prosperity of the “state of Daeshistan”... and a bet on American support for the Kurds Empty Signs of the prosperity of the “state of Daeshistan”... and a bet on American support for the Kurds

Post by rocky Wed 26 Jan 2022, 6:29 am

[size=52]Signs of the prosperity of the “state of Daeshistan”... and a bet on American support for the Kurds[/size]

[size=45]A report by the Israeli newspaper “Jerusalem Post” concluded that the continued detention of thousands of ISIS fighters in prisons may lead to a repetition of the phenomenon of attempts to smuggle them by the organization, unless their countries of origin take them back from Iraq and Syria, while the “statelet of ISISistan” may flourish on the borders of the two countries. , If Washington does not continue to provide its firm support to the Kurds.[/size]
[size=45]The newspaper based its report on the major attack on Ghweran prison in the Syrian city of Hasaka, where more than 100 armed men attacked the prison, using heavy machine guns and booby-trapped vehicles to storm the prison gates last Thursday, in order to free the prisoners and raise the morale of ISIS fighters and their sympathizers in Iraq and Syria.[/size]
[size=45]The Israeli newspaper considered that this attack turned into the most violent battle in years between ISIS and the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, in which sleeper cells and suicide bombers participated, in addition to the outbreak of riots inside the prison itself.[/size]
[size=45]The report quoted the Executive Director of the “Deir Ezzor 24” Research Center for Research and Analysis, Omar Abu Laila, a former spokesman for the Free Syrian Army, as saying that the attack and riots inside the prison were planned and organized, and the timing was chosen based on weather conditions. Some of the attacking armed men disguised themselves as wearing the military uniform of the Syrian Democratic Forces.[/size]
[size=45]The report stated that Gweran prison is the largest of the dozens of facilities run by the US-backed Kurdish forces, and it houses several thousand prisoners, including senior ISIS leaders and other extremist figures. And he quoted a tweet from the spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces, Farhad Shami, as saying that 17 Kurdish fighters were killed and 23 others wounded, along with dozens of ISIS militants, while it was not known how many prison inmates managed to escape.[/size]
[size=45]But video clips showed dozens of prisoners who were re-arrested, and ISIS flags and costumes were found in the area where the clashes took place between the organization and the Syrian Democratic Forces, while the organization claimed responsibility for the breach of Ghweran prison through its “Amaq” media website, where he spoke about 800 prisoners released.[/size]
[size=45]However, the report quoted a spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces denying these allegations, noting that it is impossible for 800 people to leave the area without being monitored and tracked by the Kurdish fighters.[/size]
[size=45]In addition to Ghweran prison, the report talked about the attack launched by ISIS militants on an Iraqi army point, killing 11 soldiers last Friday, while Iraq tightened security measures on the border with Syria, while Iraqi President Barham Salih tweeted: “It is impossible to Underestimating attempts to revive terrorism in the region."[/size]
[size=45]Therefore, experts are wondering, as the report says, whether the battle of Ghweran prison is an indication that this terrorist organization, which managed to control large swaths of land in Syria and Iraq in 2014, is on the path to rehabilitating itself and will pose a threat to both countries again.[/size]
[size=45]The report quoted Abu Laila as saying that despite the large number of countries that declared victory over ISIS, the organization still enjoys strength in Syria and has many sleeper cells scattered throughout the country, adding that “we must remember that Iran is working to push ISIS into the region.” under the control of the United States.”[/size]
[size=45]A spokesman for the Syrian Democratic Forces was also quoted as saying that in addition to the Syrian dead among the attackers, there were also foreign fighters.[/size]
[size=45]According to Abu Laila, thousands of foreigners, including women and children, are being held in prisons controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces, and this situation is believed to be a recipe for disaster.[/size]
[size=45]Abu Laila considered that “the issue of ISIS prisoners is still difficult, and it is difficult to contain it. The Kurdish administration also relies on it as a political card to gain global support and establish an international court, a tactic that was not always beneficial to the administration.[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that although the international coalition provided the Syrian Democratic Forces with logistical equipment and helicopters to guard prisons, the fragile structure of prisons does not allow for safe control of this large number of dangerous prisoners, explaining that five attempts to riot and escape from prisons occurred during the year 2021. However, the current attack on Ghweran prison was the worst.[/size]
[size=45]Therefore, Abu Laila considered that “six attempts in less than a year raise the question of how serious the coalition and the Syrian Democratic Forces are in securing the prison well.”[/size]
[size=45]According to the activist of the White Helmets Association, Asaad Hanna, “the local authorities in northeastern Syria accuse every Arab opposition to them of being from ISIS. The reality is that the Syrian Democratic Forces are not able to hold them (ISIS prisoners) there for a long time, and the countries in which they were citizens must deal with them professionally. Putting them in that prison under an annual budget that may be cut at any moment (meaning that the guards will no longer be there) will not work.”[/size]
[size=45]The report quoted the director of the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Professor Uzi Rabie, as referring to the tension between the Kurds and the Arab tribes on both sides of the Iraqi-Syrian border, explaining, “The tension is enormous and ISIS is gaining strength, and there are still many places where it can obtain ammunition and intelligence information. and support.”[/size]
[size=45]He concluded by saying that this "appears to be enough to turn ISIS into an undeniable reality on the ground."[/size]
[size=45]He also expressed his belief that the situation in Iraq is actually worse than it is in Syria because of the presence of "Saddam's soldiers", who are Sunni Arab elements who enjoyed power during Saddam Hussein's era and were ready to fight the Shiite rule in Iraq at all costs, whether on the side of ISIS or with another.[/size]
[size=45]As for the Middle East advisor at the International Society of Threatened Peoples, based in Germany, Dr. Seido, considers that in the absence of strong American support for the Kurds, there may be an increase in the number of Arab tribes in northeastern Syria that will support ISIS.[/size]
[size=45]Seydoux explained that "if the Americans continue to firmly support the Kurds, the Arabs will try to mend relations with the Kurds. If they see a weak and undefined position (on the part of the Americans towards the Kurds), they may choose ISIS. I still hope that the Americans will support the Kurds in their fight against ISIS.”[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that since the elimination of the ISIS caliphate, the organization has resorted to a different strategy, which is to wage a guerrilla war against the Syrian Democratic Forces and the military forces of Iraq and Syria, instead of trying to regain control of the lands.[/size]
[size=45]But Sido warns that given the weakness of Syria and Iraq, "ISIStan" is flourishing in the border area between the two countries.[/size]
[size=45]As for Abu Laila, he warns of the recurrence of prison escapes if foreign countries do not return their citizens who fought with ISIS and the maintenance of prison buildings does not improve.[/size]
[size=45]The report concluded by saying that many foreign leaders celebrated the victory over ISIS years ago, and despite this, the destructive ideology remains alive, and there is no absence in the turbulent northeastern Syria as well as in the Sunni provinces of Iraq, for those who are willing to raise the black banners of this organization The killer again.[/size]
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