“I was imprisoned multiple times for attempting to leave,” he said
He said most outside men who ventured out to Syria were promptly taken to Mosul in Iraq for military preparing
RMEILAN, Syria: A Tajik man who joined Daesh said numerous outsiders who enrolled in its self-proclaimed caliphate in Iraq and Syria were imprisoned or executed for endeavoring to leave.
The 28-year-old, who once drove a taxi in Moscow, said he gave himself over to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US-upheld gathering, from Daesh’s last holdout of Baghouz in eastern Syria a month ago following quite a while of endeavoring to get away.
SDF authorities checked and recorded a Reuters meet with the man, Abdul Ahad Rustam Nazarov, at a SDF focus in Rmeilan in Syria. Reuters couldn’t confirm his record.
Tajikistan has offered acquittal to the individuals who quit Daesh and return home, gave they’ve carried out no different wrongdoings.
Nazarov says he never battled for Daesh. Portions of his record about his life were conflicting, albeit different parts coordinated the thing others have said about Daesh, including its severe legal framework and its inevitable thrashing.
“I was imprisoned multiple times for attempting to leave,” Nazarov said. “I needed to come and see Islamic State for myself … furthermore, to help those being abused by the Syrian government.
“Be that as it may, I would not like to make a promise of devotion to the caliphate.”
Nazarov said most remote men who headed out to Syria were quickly taken to Mosul in Iraq for military preparing.
Some can’t and were rebuffed, he stated, portraying a unique Daesh legal segment that managed those endeavoring to escape or declining to vow faithfulness.
“A few companions were executed … since they were not prepared to resolve to IS,” he said.
Nazarov said he attempted more than once to get away to Turkey over the Syrian outskirt. He said he reached experts in Tajikistan to orchestrate his own surrender. Tajik inside service and state security authorities, talking namelessly on the grounds that they were not approved to remark, said neither one of the bodies had gotten demands from Nazarov.
A great many men from Central Asian are assessed to have made a trip to Syria and Iraq to join Islamic State since 2014, when it announced its caliphate.
The Sunni aggressor bunch was driven from all domain it controlled in Iraq in 2017 and from its last redoubt of Baghouz in eastern Syria a month ago.
A few outsiders including Central Asians surrendered however most were slaughtered, Nazarov said.
“There were experienced expert riflemen in IS positions who were from Chechnya. The majority of them kicked the bucket in fight, particularly in Mosul, Baiji and Raqqa,” he said.
Nazarov said Daesh activists attempted to stop men surrendering to the SDF in Baghouz, securing them vehicles and terminating at them when they in the long run fled.
The US-supported crusade to drive Daesh out of Iraq and Syria included extreme fights with solidified activists, particularly in Mosul and Raqqa.
Nazarov said he once met Gulmurod Khalimov, a Tajik military leader who joined Daesh, in an Internet bistro in Mosul frequented by activists. He belives Khalimov was executed battling.
Nazarov said he needed to be brought together with his pregnant spouse, a Chechen now in Al-Hol camp in Syria, where 60,000 individuals who fled Baghouz live. “My other two kids starved in Baghouz,” he said.