Tens of ISIS terrorists freed by Kurds forces in Raqqa for huge amount of money
At least 40 ISIL terrorists were released from the Kurdish forces’ prisons in Raqqa, different sources said, adding that several trucks of aid have also been sent by the Kurds to the ISIL in Deir Ezzur.
Turkey’s Anadolu news agency reported on Wednesday that the Kurdish forces freed 40 ISIL militants from their jails in the town of Tal Abyadh in Northern Raqqa.
It added that the Kurdish commanders received thousands of dollars for the freedom of the terrorists, noting that the ISIL militants have been transferred to an unknown place after release.
Meantime, the London-based pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that a number of trucks carrying foodstuff were sent by the Kurdish forces to the regions occupied by the ISIL in the Eastern parts of the Euphrates through al-Sha’afah passageway.
Relevant reports in March also said that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) were setting ISIL militants free from jails in Raqqa city without presenting any explanation and despite the public’s strong opposition, local sources in Northeastern Syria disclosed.
The sources said that a sum of 12 ISIL militants have been recently released by the SDF from jails in Raqqa city, adding that the Kurds have also intensified security measures against civilians in the city.
The sources further said that fuel prices have significantly increased in Raqqa after the Kurdish militias banned sales of fuel supplies in the city.
They also reported growing popular uprising against US-backed SDF in Raqqa.