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Syrian Civil War

A U.S. federal judge blocks until June 20 the release in Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled territory of a dual-nationality Saudi-American citizen alleged to have joined ISIL. The man, who is now held for nine months in Iraq, was planned to be released by the U.S. military - with a new cell phone, some food and water and $4,210 in cash, but with no identification - as soon as tomorrow.

A federal judge questioned Friday the U.S. military's plan to dump a U.S. citizen alleged to have joined Daesh (ISIS) back into the Syrian war zone, a plan his lawyers said equaled a death sentence.

  1. AFP via ''The Daily Star (Image)
  2. AP via WLNS

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  1. A U.S. federal judge blocks until 20 June the release in Syrian SDF-controlled territory of a dual-nationality Saudi-American citizen alleged to have joined ISIS. The man, who is now held for nine months in Iraq, was planned to be released by the U.S. military - with a new cell phone, some food and water and $4,210 in cash, but with no identification - as soon as tomorrow.
  2. A U.S. federal judge blocks until June 20 the release in Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled territory of a dual-nationality Saudi-American citizen alleged to have joined ISIL. The man, who is now held for nine months in Iraq, was planned to be released by the U.S. military - with a new cell phone, some food and water and $4,210 in cash, but with no identification - as soon as tomorrow.

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