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Post by claud39 on Sat Mar 02, 2019 7:04 am

https://www.almaalomah.com/2019/03/02/391404/


Baghdad is preparing to receive 800 "Daqi" Iraqi detainee at the "Qusd"


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The number of members of the "Da'ash" organization of Iraqi detainees held by the Syrian Democratic Forces has been "frozen" by 800, while the Iraqi government will receive them all, the investigation revealed.
Naji said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "Syria's democratic forces have informed the countries that they are in Syria that they can not keep the detainees from organizing their criminal advocate for several reasons, including fear of fleeing."
"There is no choice for Syria's democratic forces not to hand over the estimated 2,500 detainees to their countries, including Iraq," he said, adding that "the number of Iraqis detained is about 800, and about 240 have been handed over to the Iraqi forces."
"Most of the Iraqi detainees are from the provinces bordering Syria," he said. "They are classified as dangerous elements, including leaders who participated in the war against Iraqi forces and fled to the Syrian regions." Ending / 25
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