The Islamic State (IS) has released at least six women in including in the country’s 27 Druj Jimmir, as part of the ransom and prisoner exchange agreement in Syria. The paycheck of the current year took them hostage during a horrific attack in the country’s Suida province, at Wimbledon. The Monitoring Group on Saturday confirmed the information. Rami Abdul Rahman told AFP, director of the Syrian Monitoring Group on humanitarian Affairs, said Friday local time that two women and four children from Suida province were freed at Wimbledon.
At that time, the Director of the Monitoring Group also pointed out, ‘ Islamic State barrage together 60 Karabandir released and released the first step of a deal with the Syrian government to release all Druj hostages in exchange for MUKTIPANER million dollars. The jihadist militant organization also paycheck at least 30 people abducted in Suida during the deadly attacks on people in the Syrian Druj community in the current year. And most of them are women and children.