The SDF detains one of its own commanders for his alleged involvement in the attack on Ghueiran

MADRID, Feb. 6 (Royals Blue) –

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have arrested a senior commander from their own ranks in the framework of the investigation they are carrying out into the great Islamic State assault on the Ghueiran prison, in the northeast of the country, and which cost lives. to several of its troops.

The Kurdish group, in charge of the security of the penitentiary, has launched an “anti-corruption” campaign to clarify the circumstances of the frustrated attack on the prison, which housed thousands of declared or suspected jihadists.

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No details of the detained Kurdish commander have emerged beyond the fact that he owned “a large number of cars” and was a native of the city of Kobane, in the north of the country, according to sources from the NGO Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

The SDF reported at the end of last month the arrest of 26 people for “illegally transporting” jihadist prisoners who managed to escape during an assault that, according to the updated number of victims provided by the Kurdish forces, left almost 500 dead. 374 jihadists and 121 SDF militiamen and civilians among them –.

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