ANHA: ISIS militants become part of Syrian Free Army supported by Turkey

The ANHA information service publishes material describing how ISIS fighters (banned in the Russian Federation), including those held in camps in northern Syria, end up in the ranks of the so-called Syrian Free Army. Recall that the SSA is an armed group that operates in the north of Syria and is supported by Turkish troops.




The authors of the material of the mentioned news agency note that they were able to trace the traffic of dozens of Ishilians to the SSA. A list of 39 militants who previously belonged to ISIS gangs or groups affiliated with ISIS is provided.

Here are a few surnames:

Abdullah Ahmad al-Abdullah, 28 years. Since 2014 of the year - as part of ISIS. In 2017, he ended up in the north of Syria - in Aazaz. He joined the Sultan Murad group of the so-called Syrian Free Army;

Ahmad al-Hamid. 25 years. Born in Palmyra (Tadmore). ISIS - since 2015 year. Participated in several terrorist attacks and attacks on government forces in Palmyra and surrounding areas. Since 2017, he moved to Aazaz, where he joined the SSA al-Hamza detachment created by Turkey.

Bashar Semid. Born in 1994 in Damascus. ISIS - since 2014 year. Participated in hostilities in Palmyra (Tadmore) and At-Tanf. In 2017, he ended up in Idlib, then moved to Turkey. After returning to Syria, he joined the group "Ahrar al-Sharqiya" (*), is now located with the SSA in the city of Serekaniye.

Full list - here.

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  1. Nikolay Ivanov_5 10 November 2019 15: 13 New
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    that they just don’t take scumbags from their retribution
    1. Lexus 10 November 2019 15: 20 New
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      SSA so SSA. It will not save from lyuli.
      1. Shurik70 10 November 2019 15: 21 New
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        If we recall the civil war in Russia, both white and red widely practiced the inclusion of captured opponents in their ranks. Often there was nowhere to replenish. Some of the “lucky ones” had a chance to change sides twice or more.
        Where to flee the former ISIS? Only legalize, having joined some grouping. And the Turks in this war more with the Kurds than with ISIS, fought. So they are nailed to their allies. Although attempts to beat others are not ruled out.
        1. Tatyana 10 November 2019 15: 39 New
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          I once wrote about this here, that the Kurds are diluted by ISIS. But many did not believe it.

          The fact is that the Kurds themselves do not have the opportunity to keep a large number of ISIS prisoners in prisons and counterattack camps. Feed them all, feed, drink, dress, etc. necessary!
          Therefore, those ISIS prisoners, who of them "repented" and refused in words from their radically religious beliefs, Kurds are set free even though “sleeping” ISIS cells operate on the territory of Kurdistan.

          The ISIS itself has nowhere to go from the environment - from Kurdistan. For in the north, Turkish troops, from the south, the troops of the SAR - perhaps only in Iraq.
          But somehow they need to live! Here are some ISIS and enter the Kurdish troops and bend their military-political line there.
          1. Shurik70 10 November 2019 15: 42 New
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            And nowhere else.
            Kurds, SSA and Assad. Here are three powers where they can cling to. Well, or play "civilian", if there is someone to confirm this.
            1. Tatyana 10 November 2019 15: 47 New
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              Quote: Shurik70
              Well, or play "civilian", if relatives can confirm this.

              That's right. Among the "civilian" "sleeping" ISIS cells are also observed, the presence of which periodically and quite often makes the bloodshed in Kurdistan itself felt.
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          3. Chaldon48 10 November 2019 16: 04 New
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            As our policemen will now work together with the Turks, it takes our guys away from there and the sooner the better.
          4. Lelek 10 November 2019 18: 50 New
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            Quote: Tatiana
            Here are some ISIS and enter the Kurdish troops and bend their military-political line there.

            hi , Tatyana.
            And this was to be expected - this is the result of a double game of “Erdogan's friend” (he also portrayed the appearance of fighting with bearded people and the USA as an uproot on Syrian soil). And the chug: "who are you ?, and who are you yourself" between Turkey and the USA - a so-so smoke screen, tea from one eagle’s nest (from NATO).
          5. Nyrobsky 10 November 2019 19: 46 New
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            Quote: Tatiana
            I once wrote about this here, that the Kurds are diluted by ISIS.

            This is debatable. By and large, the Kurds carried out all the dirty i.e. bloody work for the mattresses in the fight against the Ishilovites in their territories, they also suffered the main losses, which outraged them when the mattresses threw them and brought their w / w from the northern territories leaving him to butt with the Turks himself.
            Quote: Tatiana
            The fact is that the Kurds themselves do not have the opportunity to keep a large number of ISIS prisoners in prisons and counterattack camps. Feed them all, feed, drink, dress, etc. necessary!

            Judging by the photos from these camps, these Igilovites are fed, so to speak, not very high in calories. As for me, these camps were primarily run by mattresses, but with Kurdish security, where the Americans filtered them and worked closely with some individuals in terms of their further use for their own purposes. Indeed, as the Americans themselves admitted, in connection with the withdrawal of their contingent, they removed from these camps “especially dangerous” barmeals, which can be read as “especially useful” in the American language, by analogy with “democracy” = “lawlessness”.
            Quote: Tatiana
            The ISIS itself has nowhere to go from the environment - from Kurdistan. For in the north, Turkish troops, from the south, the troops of the SAR - perhaps only in Iraq.
            But somehow they need to live! Here are some ISIS and enter the Kurdish troops and bend their military-political line there.
            Why nowhere? Ankara practically without hiding supports 29 terrorist and "not quite" terrorist groups both with weapons and financially, which it uses against the Kurds and to deter the SAA. The worst thing in this situation is that Turks, like Americans, do not consider terrorists to be equal evils and divide them into good and bad, if PKKs are bad terrorists for Turks, then those who help them solve the Kurdish issue are good terrorists. In principle, someday this "friendship" will come out sideways by the Turks themselves.
            1. Tatyana 10 November 2019 23: 05 New
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              Quote: Nyrobsky
              Judging by the photos from these camps, these Igilovites are fed, so to speak, not very high in calories. As for me so these camps were primarily run by mattresses, but with Kurdish guards, where the Americans filtered them and worked closely with some individuals in terms of their further use for their own purposes.
              After all, as the Americans themselves admitted, in connection with the withdrawal of their contingent, they exported “especially dangerous” barmalei from these camps, which in translation from the American language can be read as "especially useful," by analogy with "democracy" = "lawlessness."
              Everything is absolutely true!

              Moreover. 5 November 2019, one of the joint Russian-Turkish convoys, local residents of one of the "Kurdish" villages there threw stones. There is a suspicion that this protest rally of the Kurds was paid by the US secret services.
              In other words, there is a paid pro-American "maidanutism" of Kurds in Kurdistan.

              REFERENCE
              Patrolling the territory where Kurds live is provided for by an agreement concluded by the presidents of Russia and Turkey. Russian military police and the Turkish military have been patrolling the 10-kilometer zone in northeast Syria since the end of October along the border with Turkey.

              Kurds stoned a Russian-Turkish patrol in Syria. Published: 6 Nov 2019
          6. Warrior2015 10 November 2019 21: 07 New
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            Quote: Tatiana
            But somehow they need to live! Here are some ISIS and enter the Kurdish troops and bend their military-political line there.

            It's simple - in fact, not all “Ishilovites” were frantic thugs (often their leaders there simply recruited locals under duress - “either you go with us now, or we take your daughter away, or we kill you and your family here” ), and the Kurds are now ready to take even the devil into their ranks, if only against the Turks, whom they have nothing to stop with.
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    3. Nikolay Ivanov_5 10 November 2019 15: 59 New
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      Are the depths minus my first comment or are there actually sympathizers and accomplices of terrorists on the site?
    4. Wolverine 11 November 2019 10: 02 New
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      Quote: Nikolai Ivanov_5
      that they just don’t take scumbags from their retribution


      There was simply no need to clatter with them, to the wall - a bullet in the forehead, and instead - buses, soft drinks, a snack, girls ....
  2. knn54 10 November 2019 15: 13 New
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    What's the difference?
  3. mvmptzna 10 November 2019 15: 17 New
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    Well, in vain do Kurds urinate, the only real opponents of the IS.
    1. Nikolay Ivanov_5 10 November 2019 15: 20 New
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      Really, who wets the militants - this is Russia, Iran and the legitimate current government of Syria.
      1. mvmptzna 10 November 2019 19: 59 New
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        Quote: Nikolai Ivanov_5
        Really, who wets the militants - this is Russia, Iran and the legitimate current government of Syria.

        Dude, not at the address. I do not perceive these rotten slogans, I have immunity to them.
  4. Mountain shooter 10 November 2019 15: 23 New
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    Not a gram of surprise. Obviously, when the human resource runs out, everything that is possible goes into “use”. I guess it won’t save.
    1. cniza 10 November 2019 15: 26 New
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      In all troubled times and in any country it was like that.
      1. Polymer 10 November 2019 18: 12 New
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        Yes. In all the "troubled times" the number of people who can do nothing more than how to kill their own kind has dramatically increased. They do not have any firm convictions, therefore, to consider them, in this particular case, stubborn Islamists is wrong. For whom it is profitable - they are fighting for that. Pure mercenaries. They are used only for specific purposes, and when they become completely unnecessary - at an expense.
    2. Sibiriya 10 November 2019 18: 41 New
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      The reason is purely economic, there is no place to work, and here they go, to those who are closer for ideological reasons or without considerations. It is necessary to knock the soil from the organizers of terrorism underfoot. If there is work to support themselves and their families, the number of terrorists will decrease significantly.
      1. Mountain shooter 10 November 2019 18: 44 New
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        Quote: Siberia
        If there is work to support themselves and their families, the number of terrorists will decrease significantly.

        Rather, the price of mercenaries will rise ... To attractive values ​​in the new reality ...
        1. Sibiriya 10 November 2019 18: 51 New
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          It also affects what they can kill, or tear off their legs. If you have a choice, I think they will go to work.
  5. Fedor Sokolov 10 November 2019 15: 26 New
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    Not surprisingly, the Turks are still those allies. Worse than the enemy of Ottoman, there can only be a friend.
  6. Thrifty 10 November 2019 15: 31 New
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    To paraphrase one truth, I will say that in the civil war there are no refuse, there are only reserves. ..by this principle globally and operate the usa. ..
  7. voyaka uh 10 November 2019 15: 32 New
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    Kurds kept hundreds of dangerous ISIS in their prisons. The offensive of the Turkish army began. Kurdish units retreated. The prisons were left without jailers. And the prisoners either fled or were captured by the Turks. Now Turkey is responsible for them.
    1. YOUR 10 November 2019 16: 13 New
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      That's only they made them their allies. In principle, expected.
    2. Ross xnumx 10 November 2019 16: 15 New
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      Quote: voyaka uh
      Now Turkey is responsible for them.

      Now assigned to us Teterin brave turk.
      And everyone here, of course, is happy!
      Let us together we are now
      Grouse All Turks kiss in the ass! ...
    3. novobranets 10 November 2019 16: 32 New
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      Quote: voyaka uh
      Now Turkey is responsible for them.

      Turkey sends them home.
      Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soilu accused European countries of trying to force Ankara to deal with captured terrorists alone, according to the publication Hurriyet.

      Suleiman Soilu noted that Turkey does not intend to keep all the terrorists at home, and threatened to send them "home."

      "We are not a hotel for ISIS terrorists," the minister said.
    4. Warrior2015 10 November 2019 21: 09 New
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      Quote: voyaka uh
      Kurds kept hundreds of dangerous ISIS in their prisons. The offensive of the Turkish army began. Kurdish units retreated. The prisons were left without jailers. And the prisoners either fled or were captured by the Turks. Now Turkey is responsible for them.

      Well, like the Kurds and the Turks are filtering their captives. And the most odious - executed, and less rabid - kept in camps; part of those recruited under duress is possible (perhaps, but not guaranteed!) even taken to their place.
    5. Town Hall 10 November 2019 21: 18 New
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      It should also be recalled that 90% of foreign Ishilovites were sent to Syria through Turkey. Erdogan passed them all there in 13/15 in order to rekindle the flame
    6. Geo⁣ 11 November 2019 02: 52 New
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      And someone must have returned to Israel.
  8. Piramidon 10 November 2019 15: 47 New
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    As expected. All this trash, which under the auspices of the so-called "world community" was taken out on green buses, saving from destruction, now is the replenishment of the ranks of militants.
  9. Graz 10 November 2019 16: 02 New
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    it means that the SSA should be recognized as the only terrorist organization, and accordingly should be bombed into the ground
  10. Ross xnumx 10 November 2019 16: 08 New
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    The ANHA information service publishes material describing how ISIS militants (banned in the Russian Federation), including those held in camps in northern Syria, end up in the ranks of the so-called Syrian Free Army.

    I can’t understand how I could guess about this? request
    Quote: ROSS 42
    "So the war is over or will it go on forever?" - This is the issue the Assad government should be concerned about. Surely, Russia, as an ally of Syria, is very interested in this issue. And the possibilities of joint "reconciliation" are very, very high.
    To be honest, we don’t even have any hints on the post-war structure of Syria. From which side will the Golan Heights be glued, where will the Kurdish family go and what will the Turkish troops do there?

    That is why the actions of the Assad government troops must be radical - the sovereignty of the country and statehood itself are at stake, otherwise ...

    ... ISIS fighters (prohibited in the Russian Federation), including those held in camps in northern Syria, find themselves in the ranks of the so-called Syrian Free Army.
    OXYMORON! fool SOME EPIDERSION !!! request
    1. parusnik 10 November 2019 16: 40 New
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      An interesting situation, the barmalei join the SSA (opposition to Assad) SSA supports Turkey, Turkey is a temporary ally of Russia, as it is sometimes called, ..
  11. Lord of the Sith 10 November 2019 16: 30 New
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    What is there to discuss. Find and screw up.
  12. Rusj 10 November 2019 18: 38 New
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    As a result, Russia will clear everyone! And Turkobesov and bearded and Kurds with amers. The Turkobesses probably haven’t received anything from us for a long time. Imagine yourself again by someone. So let them down quickly from heaven to earth! Erdogash and Lukashienko do not even see the coast.
  13. Shahno 10 November 2019 20: 03 New
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    Quote: mvmptzna
    Quote: Nikolai Ivanov_5
    Really, who wets the militants - this is Russia, Iran and the legitimate current government of Syria.

    Dude, not at the address. I do not perceive these rotten slogans, I have immunity to them.

    Well, so what you wanted ... This is a patriotic place. Everything is politicized here. Well, thank God, there is a place for a different opinion.
    Imagine if the whole truth is. .. Pity us.