ISIS has a plan to bust out 70,000 supporters from Kurdish jails now that the US has abandoned the area to the Turkish military

Ali Hashisho / REUTERSA fighter of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) stands next to the wife of an Islamic State militant in al-Hol displacement camp in Hasaka governorate, Syria, April 1, 2019.ISIS is likely plotting a mass prison breakout to free 70,000 or more supporters being held in Kurdish jails, sources tell Insider.The Kurdish Syrian Defence Forces were allies in the US fight against ISIS, but President Trump abandoned them after a phonecall with Turkish president Erdogan on Sunday. Turkey took the opportunity to launch a military offensive against the Kurds last night. Now under attack, the Kurdish forces may be too weak to hold the vast prison camps full of ex-ISIS fighters they control.”We know they [ISIS] are plotting something but the resources to stop them just aren’t available,”

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