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World Syria: 123 dead in 4 days between Kurdish forces and jihadists

18:00  23 january  2022
18:00  23 january  2022 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The situation continues to deteriorate in Syria

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For the fourth day consecutive , fighting between jihadists and forces Kurds supported by the International Coalition continued to rage this Sunday in Syria with an aloudised balance of more than 120 dead.

triggered Thursday night by a major assault of the Jihadist group Islamic State (EI) against Ghwayran Prison (Northeast), one of the largest housing jihadists in Syria and kept by the Kurdish forces, the clashes have Pushed to escape thousands of civilians in an icy cold. The assault was launched by some 100 EI fighters to release their prison comrades located in Hassaké, a region facing the Kurds controlled territories in Syria.

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according to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (OSDH), "77 Jihadists and 39 Kurdish fighters were killed" in four days, as well as "seven civilians" in these fighting that take place in the prison and around. This attack is the largest claimed by the EI since its defeat in Syria in the face of the Syrian Democratic Forces (FDS) dominated by the Kurdish forces and supported by the United States International Antidjihad Coalition.

"Feroce fights broke out Sunday before dawn. Kurdish forces are trying to resume prison control and neutralizing jihadists in the surrounding areas, "the detention center that houses some 3,500 jihadists, said OSDH. The FDS are supported by the aviation of the international coalition.

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Djihadists on freedom

members of the FDS have been deployed in force in and around the prison, seeking jihadists and calling via loudspeakers the civilians to leave the sector. The jihadists "enter the houses and kill people," said one of the civilians running on foot. Hamcha Sweidan, an 80-year-old woman who has also managed to escape, said, "We were going to die of hunger and thirst." And "now we do not know where to go". According to the Kurdish authorities, thousands of people left their homes near Prison .

The attackers indicated to have seized weapons and released "hundreds" of jihadists. More than 100 of the escapees could be caught up by the Kurdish forces but dozens would still be on the run, said OSDH. Thousands of jihadists are held in detention centers in the vast Northern and Northeast territories of Syria under control of the Kurdish authorities. Many prisons were at the origin of schools and are therefore poorly adapted to keep inmates in the long run.

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A war since 2011

according to the Kurdish authorities, some 12,000 jihadists of more than 50 nationalities - European and others are held in their prisons. They have been asking in vain for years their repatriation. Despite its defeat, the EI always manages to carry out deadly attacks thanks to dormant cells.

triggered in March 2011 by the repression of proprietary events, the war in Syria became complex over the years with the involvement of regional and international powers and the rise of jihadists. The conflict has made about 500,000 dead according to the OSDH, devastated the country's infrastructure and moved millions of people.

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