US Transfers "ISIS” Members to Base in Hasaka: SANA
The US occupation forces transferred a new batch of “ISIS” members from prisons that are under “SDF” control to a military base in Hasaka province.
The Syrian Arab News Agency SANA revealed that US occupation forces repositioned tens of “ISIS” members from prisons which are under the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) control to a military base in Hasaka province.
Citing reliable sources, SANA reported that US occupation forces have moved 40 “ISIS” members who were detained in the Industrial Secondary Prison and so-called Self-Defense Prison at the southern entrance of Hasaka city to its base in the al-Shaddadi city.
"Among the ISIS members, a leader of the group’s spying networks and an expert in manufacturing improvised explosive devices," SANA added.
According to SANA, hundreds of “ISIS” members have been transferred from the prisons of Hassakeh, which are under the SDF control, to various locations inside Syria in recent months, after being armed and provided with logistical support to carry out terrorist operations against residential communities, public facilities, and Syrian Arab Army sites.
Last April, SANA reported that US occupation forces transferred dozens of “ISIS” members from prisons controlled by the SDF in Hasaka Governorate, to the Al-Omar oil field in Deir Ezzor eastern countryside, preparing to employ the groups as "proxies to implement Washington's plans in the region”.
In the same context, SANA stated that 40 “ISIS” members were transported in April, by US helicopters from al-Shaddadi base in the southern countryside of Hassakeh to al-Omar oil field in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.