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Statements made by ISIS detained in Syria about the continuation and decline of this terrorist group

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One of the three ISIS members detained by Qassad forces, while expressing interest in Afghanistan’s history and the defeat of the Soviet Union there in the past, claimed that the ISIS terrorist organization was better than the Taliban.

According to News i, a young German man accused of being a member of the ISIS terrorist group and currently in the prison of the Syrian Democratic Forces (QSD), an allied group with the United States east of the Euphrates, in an interview with the Middle East trans-regional newspaper, He claimed that ISIL was better than the Taliban.

The young German was one of three people interviewed by Al-Sharq Al-Awsat at the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Counter-Terrorism Center in Hasakah, east of the Euphrates, with the consent of Kurdish security officials in northern and eastern Syria.

Born in 1987, this young German is tall and has a European appearance and his parents are alive.

The German-born ISIS member said his parents understood his approach during his student days from his constant talk about Afghanistan.

“I was interested in the defeat of the Soviet Union, but their project (the forces that defeated the Soviets) was not as clear as that of ISIS, which took control of several areas,” he said.

The ISIL member said: “In the summer of 2012, I was watching TV news about the explosion of the building of the Syrian Radio and Television when I heard the name of the” Jabhat al-Nusra “group and later realized that it is a branch of al-Qaeda in Syria.”

The young German flew to Egypt in late 2012, from where he continued his journey to Turkey and then entered the city of Idlib in northwestern Syria under a false identity to undergo his war training, for which he spent nearly a year. He remained in Idlib and joined ISIS and left for Raqqa after Jabhat al-Nusra, also known as the Tahrir al-Sham, split from ISIS.

He further admitted that after six months he had informed his parents that he was in Syria and that his parents were afraid that he would go to Afghanistan but he did not tell them anything about his mission in ISIL and only claimed that the trip was in It is the framework of his field of study and academic studies. But the Counter-Terrorism Bureau said he was a professional machine gunner.

Asked about ISIL’s expansionist wars in 2014 and 2015 against other groups, the German ISIL member claimed: “Bashar al-Assad was the biggest enemy, and the conditions of the war at that time changed tactics and goals.”

With the escalation of clashes in Raqqa in the summer of 2017 and the geographical siege of Raqqa by ISIS, he went to the town of Al-Mayadin on the eastern outskirts of Deir ez-Zor, and after the city was attacked by forces affiliated with the Syrian government, moved to villages in the eastern suburbs of Deir ez-Zor He retreated in the desert of Al-Jazeera and settled in the cities of Al-Susa, Marashda and Shu’fa until he went to Al-Baghuz and in the spring of 2019 surrendered to the forces of the International Coalition against ISIL.

Also, a Tunisian member of ISIL named Mustafa HA, born in 1999 in the city of Sfax, told Al-Sharq Al-Awsat about his experience. In 2012, they entered the western Syrian city of Latakia, which was controlled by Jabhat al-Nusra, and joined the refugee battalion.

The Tunisian member of ISIS was a member of ISIS until the terrorist group was expelled from the city of Al-Baghuz, but was arrested on February 15, 2019 while fleeing.

Malik, a 37-year-old Syrian national who is a member of ISIL and was born in the suburbs of Aleppo, also told the newspaper that he joined ISIL because he needed a job.

He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

“When the ISIL wars spread, we knew that ISIL was out of its way, but the battle that broke it was the battle of Ain al-Arab (Kobani) and the entry of International Coalition fighters into it,” Malik said.

He added: “I took part in many battles and witnessed the defeats of ISIL from Aleppo to Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor and its expulsion from these cities and regions. When ISIL was expelled from Manbij, I tried to escape later. I had, but I did not succeed and I stayed until the battle of Al-Baghuz and surrendered to the coalition forces.

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