Terrorists flee prison, 1000+ families displaced in Al-Hasakah
Following the escape of ISIS prisoners from Al-Sinaa prison in Al-Hasakah, the Russian Reconciliation Center warns that the use of US airborne weapons will cause civilian casualties and damage to the city.
The deputy commander of the Russian Reconciliation Center in Syria, Admiral Oleg Zhuravlev, announced that a number of terrorists escaped a prison in the city of Al-Hasakah, which is under Kurdish control, as a result of an attack on it.
In a briefing, Zhuravlev pointed out that "US combat drones have been involved in the operation to liquidate the terrorists escaping from the prison."
The Admiral warned that "the use of airborne weapons will entail, with a high degree of probability, damage to city infrastructure facilities and civilian casualties."
Zhuravlev called "on the leaders of the so-called Autonomous Administration for North and East Syria (AANES) to refuse from confrontation with Syria’s legitimate government and ensure the security of the civil population and public establishments" in Al-Hasakah.
1,100 families displaced towards Army-controlled areas in Al-Hasakah
It is noteworthy that ISIS had expanded its presence Al-Hasakah, northeastern Syria.
Al Mayadeen sources confirmed that about 100 ISIS elements are seeking to expand their control points in the region.
Since Thursday, the International Coalition aircraft have targeted several locations in the city, as the US occupation forces and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) armed groups brought in military reinforcements, in an attempt to regain control of the region.
Civil information mentioned that ISIS militants have executed at least five civilians, the sources mentioned.
They added that about 1,100 families have been displaced from the southern neighborhoods towards Syrian army-controlled areas in Al-Hasakah, as a result of the recent security developments.
110 ISIS militants surrendered
A source close to the SDF revealed that about 110 ISIS militants who escaped the Al-Sinaa prison surrendered to the SDF, while others who infiltrated the Al-Zohour, Al-Aghawat, and Ghweran neighborhoods are being pursued.
The Kurdish Asayish forces announced a curfew in all neighborhoods of the city of Al-Hasakah, preventing the entry and exit to the city, in an attempt to prevent the escape of ISIS militants who escaped the Al-Sinaa prison.
On Thursday, Al Mayadeen sources reported that two car bombs exploded in front of the gates of the Al-Sinaa prison for ISIS detainees, south of Al-Hasakah, northern Syria.
The sources spoke of "hearing explosions and the sounds of heavy gunfire after the two booby-traps exploded in the vicinity of Al-Sinaa Prison." The sources added that "the prison was attacked by ISIS cells after detonating the two car bombs."