The Kurdish-run prison cells in northern Syria are crowded with more than 12000 suspected ISIS militants, while about 5000 of them are infected with AIDS, Hepatitis and are in an awful condition where their organs are spilling out of cut wounds.
The people stuffed in such barricaded prisons are not only from Iraq and Syria but also from other 54 countries. The international jihadist army has crowded the poorly maintained prison, and people believe that the solid door of the Hasakeh jail might not control the crammed militants.
The origin countries of the inmates in this Kurdish-run prison cells don’t want them to be free, but also, on the other hand, they don’t want back these cruel terrorists.
All the fellow ISIS militants locked in this prison cell had brought severe trouble and inhumanity in the area around Iraq and Syria and even in the other parts of the world. These militants are involved in those acts in which they film the mass executions and rape for their propaganda. Other cruelty brought by them includes enslavement, torture, bombings, and mass shooting.
The team of AFP was recently allowed to access one of the prison cells in northern Syria. One of the inmates, Aseel Mathan (now 22), told that he wanted to go back to his home. When he was 17 years, he left Wales to join his brother in Mosul.
Mosul is the northern Iraqi city were reported ISIS caliphate was born. One of the Belgian inmates pulled his shirt and showed that his organs were spilling. He hadn’t received proper medical facilities because the prison is capable of providing only 300 of them in the medical ward. He mentioned that he sustained those injuries from his jihadist colleague, who was cleaning his weapon and accidentally shot him.
Most of the inmates, especially the teenagers, even hadn’t been under the sun for months. They have no contact with the outer world and even don’t know that their leader, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in US raid in northwest Syria.