During a private interview, Lt. Gen. Saad al-Allaq informed CNN that the Islamic State has been rebuilding itself while taking refuge in Turkey. According to him, ISIS is planning for prison breaks in Syria and Iraq and a resurgence of terror. The Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has an estimated 10,000 ISIS fighters in custody. Senior leaders of ISIS allegedly have access to large amounts of cash in the country of Turkey, enabling them to build new terror cells. They use this money to bribe their way through SDF lines to relative safey. With the help of smugglers, they continue to sneak into Turkish territory. The codename for their mission is ‘Break Down the Fences,’ and includes plans to storm the prisons, rescue the troops, and turn the prisons into new forts. Turkish authorities are working diligently with their security forces to identify ISIS members and arrest people involved with complex money orders for the terrorist group.