Chilling pictures present on a regular basis lives of ISIS fighters locked up in Syrian jail

Chilling images show everyday lives of ISIS fighters locked up in Syrian prison

BLEAK images present an perception into the lives of over one thousand ISIS fighters who’ve been locked up in a Syrian jail.

Prisoners stay in filthy jail camps in northeastern Syria, practically a yr after the ultimate defeat of Islamic State – to which they as soon as belonged.


International prisoners, suspected of being a part of the Islamic State, lie inside a jail hospital in Hasaka[/caption]


A baby born to a Yazidi former slave mom and an Islamic State fighter cries at a youngsters’s safety home in Rimelan, Syria[/caption]


Prisoners sleep aspect by aspect on this cell[/caption]

Males, girls and kids residing within the camps say their life is in a state of ‘limbo’ as they wait to know their destiny.

The realm round Qamishli metropolis is principally managed by Kurdish fighters who helped defeat the Islamist militant group. They’ve since been pushed right into a small pocket of northeastern Syria by Turkish-led forces who take into account them a safety menace.

However Kurdish forces, who’ve been lumbered with murderous Islamic State prisoners, at the moment are deciding what to do with them.

Kurdish officers have stated they are going to be holding trials for IS fighters from greater than 50 international locations – together with about 30 from the UK.

Many European international locations, for instance, have hesitated to repatriate nationals, fearing a public backlash in the event that they do.

Roughly 10,000 of the IS fighters are Europeans.

Kurdish officers say they lack the assets to correctly detain, examine and prosecute the massive variety of prisoners in addition to their households in camps.


“We wish to know what our destiny is,” stated Mahmoud Mohammad, an IS fighter from Syria held by Kurdish forces in a jail close to the city of Hasaka, south of Qamishli.

“We don’t know something about our households.

“We don’t know in the event that they’re alive or useless, in Syria or exterior. I wish to know my sentence and my destiny.”

“I labored with (Islamic State) as a civilian,” stated Abdurrahman Mustafa al-Jomaa, a 32-year-old Syrian from Raqqa, who was being held on the central Hasaka jail.

“My sentence is 2 years. I’m married and have two youngsters. My household is in Raqqa and so they come and go to me.”

Prisoners could be lined head-to-toe of their cells, with greater than 50 males per room.

In a hospital on the bottom ground, about 100 males crowded on to round half the variety of beds affected by sicknesses and accidents. A number of had been in orange jumpsuits, much like these typically worn by IS captives earlier than they had been executed.

Past the prisons, hundreds of largely girl and kids are detained in camps within the space.

One girl, who spoke in damaged English stated that she was initially from Hong Kong earlier than coming to the Center East to hitch Islamic State.

“I’ve one baby and my husband died in Baghouz,” she stated.

The girl stated she was in contact together with her household in Hong Kong however didn’t wish to return.

“I do know right here the state of affairs may be very troublesome. This isn’t dwelling, it’s only a tent … however all of us stay to (the needs of) Allah, so God-willing, all is sweet.”


A bit boy stands inside al-Roj camp, Syria, wrapped in a thick coat to maintain heat[/caption]


Charities have donated garments to the ladies and kids being held within the camps[/caption]


A boy seems to be out from inside a tent in al-Roj camp. Youngsters play exterior within the filth whereas they wait with their mums to know their destiny[/caption]


Alija Keserovic, a prisoner from Bosnia and Herzegovina, suspected of being a part of the Islamic State, sits inside a jail hospital in Hasaka[/caption]


Youngsters play with water containers in entrance of the camp’s fence that has doubled up as a washing line[/caption]


The realm round Qamishli metropolis is principally managed by Kurdish fighters who helped defeat the Islamist militant group[/caption]