There Is No Plan B for ISIS Prisoners

The prisoners were an emergency waiting to happen. For months, thousands of suspected ISIS fighters from some 50 different countries languished in makeshift jails in the desert; sometimes, a few broke out. But U.S.-backed Kurdish forces were, for the most part, keeping them locked up.



Then President Donald Trump ordered U.S. forces to withdraw from outposts in northeastern Syria, clearing the way for the Turkish...