The Islamic State Group (EI) released on 19 Assyrian Christians he had removed last month, reported the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH).

19 people are the first of 29 Assyrians a court of IE Sharia has cleared Saturday, according to the OSDH.
On 23 February, the IU had removed 220 Assyrian Christians in the assault that the group had launched against the Assyrian majority areas, mainly in the region of Tal Tamr and in the countryside of the province of Hasakah, north- eastern Syria.

The fate of the others remains unknown kidnapped while various reports indicate that the rest of the Assyrians awaiting trial by courts of IE.

Yet there is no clear reason that EI considers the Assyrians. Also Sunday, the pan-Arab television channel al-Mayadeen TV reported that the Syrian army had regained control of 33 cities in the countryside of the province of Hasaka, in the east of the country, following clashes with the AEs.