VT Damascus: Brett McGurk, the US National Security Council’s coordinator for the Middle East, said: “Our forces remain in northeastern Syria because ISIS is still able to regroup.
How do you understand this statement, in light of the confirmed information about the Americans’ transfer of dozens of ISIS members between SDF prisons and American bases, and in the face of the fact that the United States and its coalition have deceived the international community by claiming to eliminate the organization?
The most important question is, if the organization is still able to regroup its forces, what are those forces doing in the north and why are they not working to weaken it? As long as we, since the end of the supposed battle of Baghouz in 2019, until this day, we have not heard of the American occupier carrying out any operation to pursue remnants, comb areas, or even arrest sleeper cells.
What do you think, will the US presence continue in northeastern Syria only under the pretext of fighting the alleged “Islamic State” organization?