More than a hundred former Daesh militants are currently being integrated back into their community. But officials say there are probably thousands more in Syria, who they won't be able to reach.

Based in the opposition-held town of Marea, the Syrian Centre for Countering Extremist Ideology is home to around 100 one-time Daesh militants from Syria, the Middle East and even Europe.
Based in the opposition-held town of Marea, the Syrian Centre for Countering Extremist Ideology is home to around 100 one-time Daesh militants from Syria, the Middle East and even Europe. (AFP)

Khalil Abdulghabour was a child when he was forced to join Daesh as the militants overran many parts of Syria.

After the defeat of the terrorists, the 14-year-old joined a rehabilitation centre for former Daesh members in a bid to restart his life.

TRT World's Ahmed al-Burai has his story.

Source: TRT World