The US occupation forces have transferred dozens of Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists from prisons run by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) militia in the Syrian province of Hassakeh to the al-Omar oilfield in the eastern countryside of Deir-ez-Zor in a bid by Washington to reinvest in terrorist groups and use them in implementing its schemes in the region.
Two helicopters, dedicated to transporting US occupation soldiers, accompanied by an Apache helicopter, transferred 60 ISIS terrorists to the al-Omar oilfield, locals sources said, pointing out that this operation was conducted in coordination with the SDF militia.
The sources said that the terrorists were transferred after they underwent training courses by the US occupation forces with the aim of recruiting them in the so-called “Tribal Army” supervised by the occupation forces and led by a terrorist called Ahmad al-Khabil (aka Abu Khawla).
Last Thursday, the US occupation helicopters transferred 50 ISIS terrorists from the al-Shaddadi base in the southern countryside of Hassakeh to the al-Omar oilfield in the eastern countryside of Deir-ez-Zor in order to resume terrorist attacks inside the Syrian territories.
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