Intl. coalition helicopters transport ISIL terrorists from Hasaka

HASAKA, Nov. 14 (MNA) – International coalition helicopters transported ISIL terrorists from Sweidyiah village in the north eastern countryside of Hasaka near Iraqi borders into unknown place.

Civil and media sources said that on November 10, 2018, helicopters of US-led international coalition made an airdrop operation near Hasaka and moved 3 persons, probably to be affiliated to ISIL, from  Sweidyiah village to unknown direction.

Head of the political division of the Syrian army, Gen. Hassan Akhmad Hassan earlier stated in an interview with Sputnik that the US and its allies support terrorists in Syria instead of fighting them, rather supervising them and issuing assignments. To prove the point, the general brought up reports of ISIL chiefs having been evacuated on more than one occasion to safe places by American aircraft and choppers.

In particular, on September 22 and October 7, SANA reported that the coalition had taken terrorists and ISIL chiefs out of the province of Deir Ezzor, where the ISIL stronghold lies. The press office of the joint operations team told Sputnik in wake of the reports that the US-led coalition hadn't conducted any operations aimed at the ISIL militants' evacuation.

SANA/MNA

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