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Fact-Check: The UN Army Stormed an ISIS Base And Rescued 38 Girls From India, Enslaved for Sex? 

The UN Army stormed an ISIS base and rescued 38 Indian girls who were being enslaved for sex, according to a video that has gone viral and shows security personnel rescuing women inside a tent.

Verified accounts on twitter, including @Modified_Hindu9 tweeted “The UN Army stormed an ISIS base and rescued 38 girls from India, enslaved for sex. Look at the way the girls had been chained, to be used at will. For those who claim that #TheKeralaStory is pure fiction, this is proof that it’s pure fact! वन्देमातरम #unitednations #army #isis #girls #india #rescue” on May 3, 2024. The tweet has received an about 320.3k views on X.

What is the Actual Truth About this Incident? : Fact

The Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are actually depicted in this video. Women being rescued from ISIS at the Al-Hawl camp. It has nothing to do with the 38 Indian women that were rescued by the UN Army. The Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) released the video in 2022. The video was posted in Youtube on September 6, 2022.

@YPJ_Info tweeted “In this video you will see how #YPJ forces liberate women in the ongoing campaign against #ISIS cells in al-#Hol camp. It shows 3 women that where found in a tent, where ISIS women had put their legs in chains. Their bodies showed marks of torture. #Syria #Daesh #SDF #YPG” on September 5, 2022.

Check out the Youtube Video:

D-Intent’s Fact-Checking Results:

Intent:

Influencers are circulating sensitive old videos with false claims as clickbait to set their narrative to create panic. A video that shows security personnel rescuing women inside a tent has been shared, claiming that The UN Army stormed an ISIS base & rescued 38 girls from India, enslaved for sex. In actuality, the Syrian Democratic Forces’ (SDF) Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) are seen in this video, protecting females at the Al-Hawl camp from ISIS. Not a thing to do with the UN Army rescuing 38 Indian women. In 2022, The Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) released the video.

Conclusion:

Fact : Fact is, this video shows The Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) of Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). Rescuing women from ISIS in Al-Hawl camp. Nothing to do with the UN Army and 38 Indian women being rescued. The video was released by The Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) in 2022.

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