Several members of the Daesh terrorist organization escaped from the “Al Sinaa” “Industrial Secondary” prison controlled by the separatist militia Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a Washington mercenary.
According to SANA correspondent in Hasakeh, the day before there was a failed escape attempt by Daesh terrorists.
As in similar incidents, US occupation helicopters hover intensely in the sky over Hasakeh, dropping flares over the prisons from which the terrorists are trying to escape.
The aforementioned prison houses thousands of Daesh elements and is always witness to such escapes.
According to local sources, during the battle for “Al Sinaa” prison, 15 security guards from the facility and its director, Hafala Jamal Kobani, were killed. It is reported that many prisoners, including commanders, managed to escape and a search operation was launched to search for them. Kurdish formations declared at night that the attack and the escape attempt had been repelled.
If the information about the escape turns out to be true, ISIS will most likely declare it. It is also reported that the attack on the prison was carried out from several directions, a car bomb exploded at the rear entrance, presumably to distract attention and create a passage in the wall, and a group of Islamists attacked the main entrance. Also, a blown up fuel truck on the way to the prison became an obstacle for PKK reinforcements.
During the battle, the prisoners were able to access the armory and arm themselves, some of them engaged in battle with the PKK reinforcements who arrived at the scene of the incident. After receiving information about the attackers’ positions, the coalition helicopter attacked them.
Video of one captured PKK members who fell into hands of IS militants fighting in the city of Gveran. According to local sources, there are attack aircraft groups in the city that left the prison after the attack, PKK members who arrived at the scene are fighting with them.
Many residents of the areas near the prison flee fearing that the Kurds will kill them under the pretext of fighting Islamists, according to the experience of the PKK in Deir ez-Zor. In the fighting in the city, 5 members of the Kurdish formations and 4 civilians were killed.