400 Daesh terrorists released by PYD/PKK
A Turkish Justice and Development (AK) Party spokesman confirmed yesterday that 400 Daesh prisoners had been released in northern Syria to fight Turkey.
“It is confirmed that 400 Daesh prisoners in Raqqa, Afrin and Deir ez-Zour were released on the condition that they will fight against Turkey,” Mahir Unal said at a news conference after the Central Decision and Executive Board meeting of the AK Party.”We have revealed how the PYD/PKK-Daesh relations in Raqqa was uncovered […] It is confirmed that especially in Raqqa, Afrin and Deir ez-Zour, 400 Daesh militants were released from prison by the PYD/PKK on the condition of fighting against Turkey,” he said. He said the terrorist PYD/PKK’s recent move contradicted the U.S.’ claims of fighting against Daesh on the ground. Unal’s remarks came after Vassily Nebenzia, Russia’s permanent representative to the UN, told a Security Council meeting that the PYD/PKK terror group in northern Syria pardoned 400 Daesh members in early January. The terrorist group struck a deal with Daesh terrorists to use them as a tool against Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch in Afrin, sources told Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity due to security concerns.
-Source: Anadolu Agency