"We don't negotiate with terrorists..." or do we?
Posted on the 11/10/2017
"The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained information from several reliable sources, who reported to the Observatory that negotiations are taking place between the remaining members of the “Islamic State” organization and their leaders in Al-Raqqah city, and between forces of the International Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces, but the negotiations have not ended yet, in order to get the remaining members and other civilians in the center of Al-Raqqah city to the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and the sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the agreement was delayed due to the rejection of an international intelligence agency of a European country, the negotiations between both parties coincide with the arrival of buses at the eastern outskirts of Al-Raqqah city and to the north of the city, in preparation to transfer of the remaining members of the organization and civilians wishing to get out of the city in case an agreement was reached."
Posted on the 13/10/2017
"The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights received information from knowledgeable and independent sources confirming reaching a deal between the International Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces in one hand; and the “Islamic State” organization in the other hand, and the deal stated the exit of the remaining members of the “Islamic State” organization out of Al-Raqqah city"
Bearing in mind some of the terrorists left in the city of Raqqa are responsible for the planning of some of the worst terrorist attacks we've ever seen and we are making deals with them to just leave... On the other hand so many civilians have died already in Raqqa, over 3000, is such an agreement morally acceptable to secure the lives of the remaining civilians held by ISIS?
Find out how.