ISIS hunters are preparing to free extremists from huge prison camps in Iraq and Syria, a new report has warned.
The Institute for the Study of War reported Tuesday that ISIS wants to free its loyal hunters & # 39; and relocation camps used to raise money.
The report comes a week after ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi called on members of the extremist group to do everything they can to free IS prisoners and women in prisons and camps, in a 30-minute recording with the title latest clip & # 39; Do deeds & # 39 ;.
In the clip, al-Baghdadi reportedly tells his followers & # 39; to resist and lead the fight for five years & # 39; before calling on fighters and women to be free.
The report comes a week after ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi (photo) argued for members of the extremist group to do everything possible to free IS prisoners and women in prisons and camps, in a 30-minute recording entitled last clip & # 39; Do Deeds & # 39;
Suspicious members of the Islamic State seen in a small room in a prison south of Mosul. An estimated 2,000 foreign ISIS hunters have been caught in facilities in Iraq and Syria. President Donald Trump, left, said Friday that he would release the prisoners at the European borders if their countries did not repatriate them
A foreign woman can be seen behind a fence in Al-Hol (Hawl) camp in northern Syria, where ISIS relatives live. The camp is mainly populated by women and children who once lived under the rule of the so-called Caliphate
& # 39; Daily operations are ongoing on various fronts & # 39 ;, he said in the tape published by the Al Furqan network on September 16, citing different regions such as Mali and the Levant, but did not provide specific timing.
Al-Baghdadi asked: & # 39; How can a Muslim enjoy life? & # 39; when Muslim women are held in camps, he mentioned & humiliation prisons run by crusaders and their Shi'a followers & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Regarding the worst and most important issue, the prisons, the prisons, oh soldiers of the Caliphate. Your siblings; do your best to free them and overthrow the walls that limit them, & he said.
US President Donald Trump, impatient with the hesitation of Europe to take back his foreign hunters, warned that the US would release fanatics on European borders if countries refused to repatriate them.
For example, the Hawl camp in Northern Syria accommodates 70,000 people – all of whom lived under the so-called Caliphate.
Most people in the Hawl camp are women and children displaced by the war.
An estimated 8,000 ISIS hunters have been captured in Iraq and Syria with another 2,000 foreign hunters imprisoned by US-affiliated Kurdish militias.
Nathan Sales, the American counter-terrorism coordinator, said the US had recently seen a number of outbreak attempts and that there is now more urgency for European countries to repatriate foreign militants.
On Friday, US President Donald Trump said that Europe should take back the foreign hunters or he would return them.
America has taken back eight of its own foreign hunters, along with 13 children, while many other European countries have refused to repatriate theirs. Nils D, depicted hiding his face in court, was brought back to Germany and tried for torturing and killing three people during his ISIS membership
Fighters with the US-backed, mainly Kurdish, Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), stand guard while people line up for a scanning area for those evacuated earlier this year from ISAG's fight for Baghouz. Most foreign hunters are being held by Kurdish allies in Iraq and Syria, but Trump has threatened to let them go in Europe
& # 39; They are mostly from Europe, and we have shown them a huge favor … So they have to make their decision. Otherwise we will release them at the border & # 39 ;, he told reporters from the Oval Office.
The sale refused to confirm whether Trump's plan to release the hunters could actually be implemented.
& # 39; It's impossible to predict what tomorrow will look like in Syria, let alone two or six months from now … You could imagine all kinds of other scenarios, & # 39; Sales told. ABC news.
& # 39; We do not want to assume that the relative stability that we see today is a permanent feature. & # 39;
The US has taken back eight of its own foreign hunters and 13 children. Six of the adults are now facing criminal prosecution.
Sales said they would not accept hunters from other countries and it was their responsibility to deal with them.
The US has said they are working to tighten security in detention facilities, but have invoked European powers for additional funding and support.
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