350 ISIS fighters surrendered to Syria’s Democratic Forces
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Wednesday that about 350 members of the ISIS terrorist organization have surrendered to Syria’s democratic forces.
The observatory said that about 1,400 people came out Tuesday from the Al-Baghouz farms east of the Euphrates, including at least 350 members of the organization, adding that large numbers of civilians, fighters and families of the terrorist organization’s elements and leaders are still in the last pocket of the organization pockets is waiting to go out.
In return, dozens of leaders and “princes” have avoided going out, preferring to fight to the end.
It is noteworthy that Syria’s democratic forces have repeatedly appealed to find a solution for those, especially those with foreign nationalities, demanding their countries to receive and prosecute.
US President Donald Trump called on European countries to restore their citizens who joined the ISIS organization and their families in Syria and Iraq, warning of their release and return to their countries in secret.
Trump added that the United States does not want to stand and watch Islamic state fighters detained in Syria infiltrating into Europe they are expected to go to if they are released.
He continued that the time had come for others to intensify their efforts and do the job they could do.
He said: “The United States withdraws from Syria after achieve the victory on ISIS 100%”.