Americans Surrender: ISIS Holds Two US Special Forces, 700 Other Hostages in Hajin

Five French and 200 Kurds Along with Two USA/SF who Surrendered to ISIS


The ISIS terrorists detaining 700 Arabic hostages in the settlement of Hajin continue to execute them. Currently, they have already killed ten people. On October 14, 2018 ISIS fighters have kidnapped 130 families in the Eastern Syrian province of Deir Ezzor.

The inactivity of the U.S.-backed Kurdish militias controlling the areas east of the Euphrates River led to the death of these people.
Impunity of the jihadists trigged by the weak control of the U.S. in fighting them facilitates the provision of strict requirements.
Initially, it was only about the release of captured ISIS militants. Now the Kurds are given an ultimatum demanding the release of all the terrorists held by them, to ensure their unimpeded access to Iraq, as well as to hand over several areas in the Euphrates region under ISIS control.
In return it is proposed to release two American and five French servicemen and 200 Kurdish fighters, who have been previously captured. Otherwise, they and the other hostages to be executed.
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    • Unless someone else has outbid these mercenaries for their services, and are now fighting to liberate Syria? A couple of countries could afford the bill, and it is a cheap way to fight Israel/FUKUS.

    • Worker Bee, maybe these are the ones which didn’t make the cut for the all expense paid airlift to Afghanistan, for the next assignment.

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