Kurdish female fighter treating an injured ISIS militant who was taken as a hostage by the SDF
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QAMISHLI – U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) released a video showing a Kurdish female fighter from the SDF treating an injured militant form the Islamic State (ISIS).
The militant was injured during clashes between the SDF and ISIS in northern Raqqa, before the Kurdish-Arab alliance of the SDF took him and several other members of ISIS as hostages.
“Do not kill him. Let’s treat his wounds for now,” a Kurdish female fighter asks fellow SDF members in the video.
Over a dozen of ISIS militants were captured by the SDF north of Raqqa on Wednesday, where the western-backed fighters made new gains in their war on ISIS. Raqqa is deemed a de-facto capital for the ISIS alleged Caliphate in Syria.
ISIS hostages are usually exchanged with fighters and civilian activists held by the radical group.
Reporting by: Ahmed Shiwesh
Source: ARA News