Syrian Democratic Forces Capture Turkish, Afghan And Russian Members Of ISIS In Special Operation

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The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced that their security forces had captured four foreign terrorists during a special operation in northeastern Syria.

“The captured cell played a key role in planning and carrying out many terrorist attacks in al-Tabqah and al-Raqqa,” the US-backed group said in an official statement released by its press center on January 11.

The terrorists were identified as:

-Omro Ozon Oghlo, a Turkish citizen;
-Muhammad Jawad Khan, a Russian citizen;
-Osmat Atayef, a Russian citizen;
-Abdul- Raquf Torany, an Afghan citizen.

Three days ago, the SDF announced that its units captured eight foreign fighters of ISIS during the ongoing military operation against ISIS in the middle Euphrates River Valley. Prior to that, five terrorists fell in the hands of the US-backed group while they were trying to attack refugees in the same region.

A recent report by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) revealed that more than 600 ISIS fighters have fled from the Euphrates Valley since the beginning of the SDF operation there. Most of these terrorists are trying to hide in the safe areas in northeastern Syria in order to carry out terrorist attacks in the future.

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