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A young man who was once a member of an al Qaeda affiliate has been jailed with other senior Islamic State (IS) members in a secret Syrian prison.
The 22-year-old, who is believed to be from northern Iraq, was a leader of a small but growing movement of Islamic State (IS) supporters in the Syrian city of Deir Ezzor, The Local reported Friday.
But since his arrest, his profile has dramatically declined.
“People have come closer to Daesh because of the way Daesh treated him,” the Iraqi journalist Abdulhadi Abdu, who runs the Euphrates Post newspaper in Deir Ezzor, told Fox News.
Abde said that he was shocked when he first heard of the young activist’s arrest in the first few days of the Syrian conflict in 2011.
“He used to show us his beautiful tattoos of dragons and dragons on his forehead,” he said. But soon after, ISIS took control of the city, and soon after, his brother and friends “sent him on jihad.”
That same month, IS fighters arrested the activist’s brother and friends and released them after a short trial. He was released three years later, “with the intention of hiding him, so as not to be killed,” the journalist said.
When IS took over the city of Deir Ezzor in summer 2014, hundreds fled to the Iraqi town of al-Qaim and joined a small extremist movement, “the people of Qaimites,” Abdu said. “They knew the real truth of the Islamic State.”
Abdu noted that it’s unlikely the young activist will ever be able to reconcile with his relatives or friends: “He’s got a family behind him. They’re not going to see him again. We can’t see him as he was.”
Some time after that, the Islamic State began conducting extensive operations in Deir Ezzor, where hundreds of members joined the ranks of IS.
Abdu said that the young man’s brother fled to Syria, eventually returning to Iraq in early 2016.
ISIS is now considered to be the most dangerous jihadist organization in the world, with some estimates suggesting that the group will eventually number as many as 20,000 members.
With reporting from Fox News and The Local
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