After fleeing from the Syrian city of Raqqa, a group of senior-level ISIS terrorists established a camp in the Syrian Golan close to Israel’s border and are training approximately 300 local youths.
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Recently, a group of senior-level ISIS commanders that escaped Iraq and northern Syria have set up a camp in an enclave in the Syrian Golan near the Israeli border. Among the ISIS terrorists is one of the organization’s heads of recruitment.
The commanders made their way to the Golan through the desert with the assistance of local tribesmen on the way. The group set up a training camp for approximately 300 local youths, from where they are operating an online propaganda network instead of the one they abandoned when fleeing from the Syrian city of Raqqa.
ISIS, archive Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 News
Earlier this week, US-backed Syrian forces began their last battle to liberate Raqqa, which was ISIS’s capital city and one of its last strongholds in Syria.