Benjamin Hall of Fox News recently spoke to ISIS detainees in Syria after President Trump decided to withdraw US forces and after Turkey launched a military offensive against the Kurds. He said he was impressed by the few guards in jail.
"One of the things that really impressed me today was the fact that there were only a few guards," Hall said on Friday in "Fox News Reporting."
The SDF [Syrian Democratic Forces] is clear that they need more support when it comes to guarding these prisoners, "Hall said, adding that half the guards in the prisoner camp he visited had to move north to The Kurds said Turkey-backed forces are still attacking them, despite a ceasefire, and fear that more ISIS fighters could escape from prison, but the Pentagon confirmed this week that the US more troops and tanks would send to Syria there guarded oil fields.
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The prison hall said they had the terror group "turned their backs", but the prison guards said that this is not true and that th The prisoners are all still dangerous.
"This i It's the story you hear from these people over and over again, "Hall said. "They were cooks, they were cleaning ladies, they did not commit atrocities."
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Trace Gallagher of Fox News asked Hall about the nationality of ISIS prisoners. Hall has more than 50 different nationalities, and that he spoke with Russians, Moroccans, Tunisians and British prisoners.
Hall asked a British prisoner what he would say to the families of those who had suffered at the hands of ISIS.
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"It's hard, it's hard. What can I say? Whatever I say, it will not be enough, "the prisoner said," Of course I'm sorry for the oppressed. "
" The whole experience was a mistake. It was a big mistake. I had more zeal than sense, "the prisoner added.