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Five Isis militants have broken out of a prison in northern Syria after Turkish shelling nearby, a spokesman in the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has said.

The detainees escaped from a prison in Qamishli city, Marvan Qamishlo said.

The article goes on to state the following:

Meanwhile, women affiliated with Isis attacked security offices with sticks and stones during unrest at a camp in the region where Turkey has launched attacks.

According to the report, ISIS women “rose against the internal security forces at al-Hol, they set ablaze tents and attacked the administrative and security offices there with stones and sticks.”

A video has been shared on social media of the uprising, along with other videos showing ISIS prisoners trying to break out.  WATCH videos below:

ABC reporter Devin Dwyer tweeted on Friday, “JUST IN from @MarthaRaddatz: ISIS has breached several prisons in northern Syria. Official says Turkey is deliberately targeting American bases so we will depart.

Another report on Saturday by The Guardian stated that the fate of several thousands ISIS prisoners is now becoming uncertain, as Kurdish officials have announced that guarding them will no longer be a priority:

“The protection of Isis prisons will not remain our priority,” said an SDF commander during a press conference on Saturday. “The defence of our soil will be prioritised if [the] Turkish military continues its attacks.”

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