This morning, a GPF fighter was en route to the Agha Petrus Academy, having heard that it was attacked during yesterday’s fighting. When passing through the neighbourhood of Gharbiye, where there was intense fighting, he tried to find a safe place. The nearest point free of violence was a Dawronoye checkpoint.
The Dawronoye called the Sootoro and informed them of the GPF fighter’s presence. The Sootoro replied by saying that they should keep him there until the fighting lessened, at which point he could return to the Academy.
The Sootoro were preoccupied with fighting in Wusta, but after a while, called the Dawronoye, who told them that the fighter had been handed over to the Asayish.
The GPF fighter has been added to the three Assyrian captives the Asayish was already holding.
The four Assyrians are in good condition, and we hope they will soon be released along with a full cessation of hostilities. Following mediation between the Syrian Government and Kurds by Arab tribes, a cease fire is soon to be declared, and captives from both sides are likely to be released.