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Mazloum explained the dangers of a terrorist resurgence after Trump's sudden decision.What's more, Mazloum has been holding more than 2,200 Daesh prisoners, including 700 foreign fighters.Mazloum said Trump's decision was a shock because it came just a week after a personal visit from James Jeffrey, the administration's special envoy to Syria.The Kurdish people have been abandoned by America before, when they became politically expendable. I asked Mazloum if he had ever thought, in working with his U.S. advisers, that the same thing might happen again. Mazloum said his forces had suffered at least 27 killed in action since Trump's abrupt decision, and many more wounded, as a revitalized terrorist adversary sent a wave of more than 10 suicide attacks against Mazloum's front lines.Mazloum believes that Trump made a deal with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has threatened to invade Kurdish areas and destroy what he claims is Kurdish terrorism.I asked Mazloum what he would be doing the following morning.
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