Around 1000 ISIS members surrendered to SDF in Heseke
As many as 1,000 members of ISIS surrendered to the SDF in al-Sina’a prison where the SDF succeeded in controlling the serious security conditions in the larger part.
The Media Center of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) released a statement providing the latest information from Heseke where a military operation against ISIS is underway after the prison attack and attempted mass breakout.
In thorough raids that targeted dormitories where the terrorists were barricaded, SDF fighters forced other batches of ISIS mutineers and attackers to surrender themselves in al-Sina’a prison on Wednesday.
The SDF statement said:
“In thorough security and military operations conducted over the past few days, our forces have succeeded in controlling the serious security conditions in the larger part of the al-Sina’a prison in al-Hasaka, that was caused by the Daesh (ISIS) terrorist attack on the prison and its perimeter. Our forces managed to capture more terrorist attackers and forced other terrorists inside the prison to surrender themselves.
The number of terrorists forced to surrender has risen to about 1,000 terrorists. While our forces’ security operations are still ongoing to regain complete control of the prison.
Moreover, they continue conducting large-scale and precise sweep operations in many areas of Deir Ezzor, Raqqa, and al-Hasaka.”