American ISIS Fighter Turned Over to US After Surrender
- Author: Ryan Wade Sep 16, 2017,
Sep 16, 2017, 0:57
An American citizen who was fighting alongside Isis in Syria has surrendered before US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the Pentagon said on Thursday (14 September).
A USA citizen fighting alongside Islamic State terror group militants in Syria has been captured, the Daily Beast reported Thursday.
A US citizen fighting for ISIS reportedly has surrendered or been captured in Syria and is being held by USA -partnered forces.
Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon said the U.S. citizen has been legally detained by Department of Defense personnel as a known enemy combatant.
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Col. Ryan Dillon, the spokesman for the coalition in Iraq and Syria, could not confirm the buses reached their final destination and said the coalition had not had persistent surveillance on them for days.
Asked earlier Thursday about the reports of an American captured on the battlefield, a spokesman for the US -led coalition fighting ISIS said it is committed to combatting the group no matter what nationalities its members hold.
SOHR also reported "minimizing ISIS organization's scope of control" has meant an escalation of aerial bombing in areas within, north, and south of the city.
'The Coalition's mission is to defeat ISIS in Syria and Iraq, and we will pursue ISIS fighters regardless of nationality'.
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The unnamed man is not the first American seized for participating in combat for ISIS.
Mohamad Jamal Khweis, 27, spent about 2-1/2 months in early 2016 traveling with Islamic State fighters in Syria and Iraq and participating in the group's religious training. According to the Daily Beast, he was captured; according to spokespeople for the US military, he "surrendered".
"We defer to the U.S. Department of Justice and the Government of Iraq on this issue".
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