Several ISIS terrorists allegedly break out of prison in northeast Syria

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

A number of Islamic State Zio-Wahhabi terrorists (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) fighters have reportedly broken out of a prison in the northeastern region of Syria this evening, local activists reported via social media.

According to the reports, several Saudi Zio-Wahhabi RAT’s broke out of the Ghuweiran Prison in Al-Hasakah, prompting the U.S. Coalition to get involved in order to apprehend the terrorists.

The reports claim that U.S. Coalition aircraft are conducting intensive flights over Al-Hasakah, while using light bombs to prevent their movements.

Saudi Zio-Wahhabi terrorists have escaped from an Al-Hasakah prison before; however, they were later recaptured a few days later.

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