Western ISIS brides urge Turkey to resume brutal attacks on Kurds as it will help them escape jihadi prisons – The Sun

SICK ISIS brides call on Turkey to continue its assault on Kurdish forces in Syria and FREE them from prisoner camps.

In a chilling news package, the brainwashed Western women at al-Hol Camp in the northeast of the war zone said the Turkish invasion gave them hope.

According to Human Rights Watch, Kurdish forces are holding 12,000 extremists at camps in Syria including 4,000 foreigners who joined ISIS.

And since US President Donald Trump withdrew American troops from the region, abandoning the Kurds, there is a fear that the evil terror group could run rampant again in the country and beyond.

Speaking with Kurdistan 24, a Russian jihadi said: "We want Turkey to attack here.

“If the Turkish army comes to this area, I will be able to flee and meet my husband, who I know well is in Turkey.”

God willing, Turkey will help us to flee from here

Another burka-clad woman, known as Um Mustafa, told the news outlet that she had been receiving updates of the invasion on Telegram and hopes Turkey will “help” free her.

The French-born extremist said: “God willing, Turkey will help us to flee from here and go to Turkey.

“We heard that the Turkish army attacked Ain Issa, and our sisters who were detained there have escaped and they fled to Turkey.”

Turkey’s assault on the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) , and allegedly Kurdish civilians, has temporarily stopped due to a ceasefire signed this week.

Since the invasion earlier this month, violence and unrest has grown at the al-Hol camp, officials told Kurdistan 24.

The camp staff claim that the female prisoners are attempting to take advantage of the security vacuum caused by the Turkish offensive.

They said that the two thirds of the guards at the facility have left to fight President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s men.

A source said: “900 fighters of the People's Protection Units (YPG) used to guard this camp, but now only 300 fighters guard it.”

Yesterday, reports emerged that a spate of "provocative attacks" may have broken the ceasefire between the Kurds and the Turks.


The truce had been brokered on Thursday with the help of the United States to allow Kurdish forces to withdraw from combat to create a buffer zone along the Syrian/Turkey border.

But Turkey's defence ministry said today there had been 14 "provocative attacks" on its forces in the past 36 hours.

And while it says it is respecting the ceasefire, it is prepared to ditch it and attack the Kurdish forces — who themselves claim they have been attacked since the truce.

The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said Turkey has failed to abide by the deal, refusing to lift the siege of Ras al-Ayn, a key border town.

The deal was also aimed at easing a crisis triggered by President Donald Trump's abrupt decision earlier this month to withdraw all 1,000 US troops from northern Syria.

That move was widely criticised in Washington and elsewhere as a betrayal of loyal Kurdish allies who had fought for years alongside US forces against ISIS.

Following the sudden withdrawal of American forces, Turkey moved in to crush the SDF.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan regards them a terrorist group because of its links to Kurdish insurgents operating in southeast Turkey.

Erdogan said today he would "crush the heads" of Kurdish militants in northern Syria if they did not withdraw.

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