Turkish Interior: Arrest of 5 ISIS leaders

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On Wednesday, the Turkish Ministry of Interior announced the arrest of 5 leaders of the “ISIS” organization who were planning to launch a terrorist act inside Turkish territory.

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The ministry stated in a statement that the gendarmerie forces in the state of Gaziantep (south) arrested Ramo Muhammad al-Hamad, nicknamed “Rami Remo”, on August 31, when he was planning to launch a terrorist act.

She explained that Remo is considered responsible for the judiciary in ISIS, and the terrorist PKK/YPG released him from Al-Kaf prison in Al-Hasakah Governorate, eastern Syria (earlier), on the condition that he leave for the city of Jarabulus, located within the “Euphrates Shield” operation, north of country.

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She added that through Remo’s confessions, the security forces were able to arrest 4 other leaders of “ISIS” in the Jarabulus region while they were trying to infiltrate Turkey with the intention of launching a terrorist act on its territory.

She indicated that the four leaders are; Intelligence official Ibrahim Al-Saleh, nicknamed “Abu Rasoul”, social media official Husam Daoud, nicknamed “Abu Ayyub”, training official Ahmed Al-Helou, nicknamed “Abu Abdul Rahman Al-Shami” and Kamy Aydan, nicknamed “Abu Rashid Al-Imam”.

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The security forces also arrested 6 individuals who cooperated with the members of the organization and provided them with assistance, along with the seizure of a Kalashnikov rifle, a magazine and 27 rifle bullets.