Washington declares find a treasure trove of documents and data pertaining to Daash

Washington declares find a treasure trove of documents and data pertaining to Daash

07/28/2016
Roudao - Erbil A US military official said, on Wednesday, said that the forces fighting with the support of the United States to overthrow the organizing Daash from northern Syria gathered a huge treasure trove of documents and data pertaining to the organization , which could shed more light on their operations.
He said the US military spokesman in Iraq, Lieutenant Colonel Chris Garver, that the materials that have been collected with the movement of fighters from village to village around the town Manbej include books, computers, portable drives USB drives (Ao.as.ba), but advanced books in math and science re-written with the addition of written questions in Arabic.
And the collection of fighters, backed by the United States and are an alliance of Kurdish and Arab forces, more than 4 terabytes of digital information, working with the coalition that led the United States to fight the militant group on the analysis of these materials, mostly in Arabic.
Garver said, "It's a lot of material .. It will take a lot of time to examine it and then begin to connect the dots and try to report where to begin to dismantle the organization Daash."
Garver said the coalition advisers, in the knowledge that Manbej to Daash strategic center, described a particularly fighters type of digital materials and other materials that Sijmonha during the fighting forces group.
US officials said the raid on US Special Forces last year in Syria against Daasha leader called Abu Sayyaf led to the discovery of seven terabytes of data, which revealed the group's leadership, financing and security.
Garver said the information, which was gathered around the Lampung yet, shed light on how to deal with Daash foreign fighters as they entered Syria, and Manbej main reception area for foreign fighters when they arrived.
He said: "When you enter foreign fighters are screened and knowledge of languages ​​they speak and assigning tasks and then send them to the place you would go to him, whether in Syria or Iraq."
The guerrillas scored Alliance, which is backed by the United States advanced gradually in recent weeks as they tried to evict fighters Daash in Manbej.

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