"Civil war?" Syrian Army captures 250 ISIS jihadis from 15 different countries
Saturday, 18 November 2017


Th Islamic State (ISIS) has surrendered the entire island of Hawijat Kati after several weeks of fighting with the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

According to the pro-government ISIS Hunters, the Islamic State gave up the island after the Syrian military completely surrounded their forces, leaving no way for them to flee the area.

The ISIS Hunters added that more than 250 Islamic State terrorists surrendered themselves to the Syrian Army after they attempted to flee the island by boat.

Most of the captured terrorists were foreigners from all parts of the world. So far the Army had found paperwork and IDs from 15 countries including Saudi Arabia, UK, France, Indonesia, Belgium etc. All of them received monthly salaries to fight in Syria.

 




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