"We were prisoners": Kansas teen forced into ISIS speaks

Postado Outubro 12, 2017

She says that she was forcibly brought to Syria by her father.

"My father, of course, didn't tell us that we were coming to Syria", she said. "Shut up, sit down you're in the house, you have nothing to say", she said.

Her mother, she thinks, is still in the U.S.

Between 300 and 400 Daesh group terrorists remain in their one-time Syrian bastion of Raqqa where Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), dominated by the PKK terrorist group, are fighting to seize full control, its USA -led coalition backer said Thursday.

'There's a restaurant called Texas Roadhouse, they have steak there, ' she said.

It's easy to forget she's just a teenager when she describes what she's seen.

'When you walk outside there's intestines on the street.

A blog post, previously written by her mother, shows the girl in happier times, a seemingly normal American family. There's a leg, ' she said.

As clashes continue in the Raqqa city center, SDF special units continue with operations to rescue civilians.

Up to 400 militants are believed to remain in a small part of Raqqa surrounded by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias, he said.

"We have seen a trend of [Daesh] surrendering over these last months, about four to five per week. including emirs and leaders", said Dillon, adding that others were captured trying to blend in with departing civilians.

The SDF said on Sunday it expected Raqqa's capture to be announced within days.

Raqqa served as the group's de facto Syrian capital, from where ISIS plotted deadly attacks overseas.