Autonomous administration in SDF sets up international court hall to try ISIS members in Qamishli
The sources said the “autonomous administration” constructed the hall in the eastern neighborhood in Qamishli two months after the the international coalition ordered to establish the court. West countries, especially the US and France undertook all construction expenses and gave the autonomous administration a deadline of between 2 and 3 months to prepare the hall.
The sources said the hall will hold the trial of ISIS members detained at SDF prisons, especially the foreigners whose countries of origin refuse to try or take them back due to the danger they pose on the countries.West countries exercised pressure to try these members in Syria in the areas where they are detained by SDF, rather than in their countries of origin.
The sources said the coalition countries intend to set up a new court in Ghweran neighborhood in Hasaka where SDF members took control over a number of government buildings by force of arms and with the support of the US, closed the buildings and prevented the employees from entering inside.