International coalition, SDF transfer ISIS prisoners
Sources told Al Mayadeen that ISIS fighters were transferred from prisons south of Al-Hasakah and Deir Ezzor to other prisons.
Sources reported to Al Mayadeen that the International Coalition and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are transferring ISIS elements from prisons south of Al-Hasakah and north of Deir Ezzor.
The sources indicated that ISIS prisoners are being transferred to secondary prisons in Ghuwayran and Al-Malikiyah in Al-Hasakah, noting that the transfer of ISIS prisoners coincided with the imposition of a curfew and raids on areas in the southern countryside of Al-Hasaka.
According to the sources, the transfer occurred after receiving information about a planned attack on prisons in Al-Shaddadi and Al-Sour in Deir Ezzor.
Weeks ago, Al Mayadeen sources reported that the International Coalition and members of the SDF transferred large numbers of ISIS prisoners from Deir Ezzor to prisons in Al-Hasakah.
In January, the International Coalition, in a statement, revealed that the US-backed SDF had taken over Ghuwayran prison in Al-Hasakah and moved ISIS militants to a fortified facility.
Violent clashes between the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) forces and ISIS members took place in the northern dormitories inside Al-Sinaa Prison, south of the city of Al-Hasakah.
Our correspondent added that the warplanes of the US-led International Coalition carried out several raids in the vicinity of the prison.
That came despite the SDF announcing the complete seizure of Al-Sinaa prison in the Syrian Al-Hasakah Governorate.