US President Donald Trump demanded that Europe take hundreds of Islamic states in Iraq and fighters Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) captured in Syria, threatening that the United States would otherwise be forced to liberate them. "The United States is asking Britain, France, Germany and other European allies to take over 800 ISIS militants that we captured in Syria and put them before the court," the president said on Saturday. ] "The Khilafah is ready for the fall. The alternative is not good in that we will be forced to release them."
Supported by the United States Kurds launch a final push against ISIL in Syria
"The United States does not want to watch how these ISIS troopers penetrate Europe where they have to go.
"We do so much and spend so much ̵
"Imran Khan" Al Jazeera, reporting to Gaziantep near the Turkish border with Syria, said that the latest statement by Trump presses US allies in Europe.
Trump aroused widespread concern among the US allies in December when he suddenly announced that the US would withdraw its troops from Syria and that the Islamic state was defeated
. remains a threat and that withdrawal can lead to a resurgence when US allies in the region are unable to cope with the threat on their own.
Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), US-led Kurdish militia, began firing last week raid ISIL from the village of Baghuz, the only area under its control, near the Iraqi border. tha t remain under the control of the ISIL, along with defeated fighters who try to escape unnoticed. Their territorial power is almost complete.
It ends with a project launched from a mosque in Mosul in northern Iraq in 2014, when Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi took advantage of regional chaos to declare himself a caliph, a suzeraam of general Muslims
He created a system of management with courts, currency and a flag that stretched from northwest Syria almost to Baghdad at its height, covering about two million people.
Meanwhile, Turkey, which considers the strong side of the SDF component, Kurdish YPG, as a terrorist, threatens to go deeper into northern Syria to turn it back.
On Sunday, US Army General Joseph Wolot, who heads US forces in the Middle East as Head C, said that the end of the ISIL could lead to a more ramified, harder detective of the network of militants leading the partisan war.
This needs constant assistance from Washington, he said.
Al Jazeera and news agencies