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Afghanistan: Over 225 IS militants and family members surrender in Nangarhar

5 17.11.2019 Инфо

W/S Islamic State (IS) prisoners walking, Jalalabad, Afghanistan
W/S IS prisoners walking
W/S IS prisoners with weapons
SOT, Shamahmod Miakhil, Nangarhar governor, (Pashto): "225 men, 190 women and 208 children who belong to [the] Islamic state IS militants [have] surrendered to [the] government. 183 of them today surrendered, most of them [are] from Pakistan and other foreign countries. This is a big achievement for us."
W/S IS prisoners with weapons
M/S IS prisoners
SOT, Nazar Ali Wahidi, Commander of Nangarhar National Directorate of Security, (Pashto): "[In] the name of ISIS all foreigners came to our country. They were [such] tyrant[s], as you know they were sitting [with] the elders on bombs and killed them. They destroyed all the houses of Shinwar residents (where they was active)."
C/U IS prisoners
M/S IS prisoners
SOT, Nazar Ali Wahidi, Commander of Nangarhar National Directorate of Security, (Pashto): "Our President ordered the security forces to destroy all the terrorist groups, [especially] ISIS in Afghanistan."
M/S IS prisoners with weapons laid in front
W/S IS prisoners with weapons laid in front
SOT, Nazar Ali Wahidi, Commander of Nangarhar National Directorate of Security, (Pashto): "Today is the last day of ISIS in Nangarhar, some of them who [are] still fighting will surrender soon. ISIS activities ended in Nangarhar."
C/U IS prisoners
M/S IS prisoners with weapons on ground in front
SOT, Abdul Baser, ISIS Fighter, (Dari): "I was [living] in Farah province. There were some people [who] invited us [into the] ISIS group [so] I accept[ed] their invite and I join[ed] with ISIS. I was with them around three years, [and] now we noticed that we are wrong."
W/S IS prisoners with weapons on table in foreground
W/S IS prisoners in line
M/S IS prisoners with weapons on table in foreground
SOT, Abdul Baser, ISIS Fighter, (Dari): "I was [taking] part in fighting with [the] Taliban in different area in Tora Bora, and Wazir area. I fought several time in Achin district too."
C/U IS prisoner
C/U IS prisoner's face
SCRIPT
At least 225 Islamic State militants plus their families have surrendered in the Nangarhar province during the past two weeks.
190 women and 208 children surrendered alongside the fighters, after Afghan security forces launched a military operation against IS, in the Achin district.
Footage from Jalalbad on Sunday shows ranks of the former fighters as well as weapons they handed in.
According to Nangarhar Governor Shamahmod Miakhil "Most of them [are] from Pakistan and other foreign countries."
"Some of them who [are] still fighting will surrender soon," Nazar Ali Wahidi, Commander of the Nangarhar National Directorate of Security, added.