"ISIS women"Attempts to kidnap female guards in al-Hol camp and the victim is a child

Al-Hol camp (voanews) – 02/08/2022. 18:54

Al-Hol camp is boiling again..and ISIS women are timed fuel!

  • Women of ISIS militants In northeastern Syria, they tried to kidnap their female guards
  • The number of detainees in Al-Hol camp is about 50,000 Syrians and Iraqis

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that women detained in a camp housing the families of ISIS militants in northeastern Syria, tried to kidnap their Kurdish guards on Monday, and the attempt led to a shooting that killed a child and wounded 6 women and children.

The attack in the camp came days after the leader of the organization, Abdullah Qardash, “Abu Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Quraishi”, was killed in an American raid on his hideout in northwest Syria, two weeks after the battles that took place around Ghweran prison in al-Hasakah, where about 3,000 fighters are being held, and the fighting continued at that time. About 10 days between the Syrian Democratic Forces and ISIS militants, leaving about 500 people dead, before the Kurdish forces succeeded in tightening their control over the situation.

According to foreign media, the number of detainees in al-Hol camp is about 50,000 Syrians and Iraqis, including 20,000 children. Last year, the observatory recorded 84 crimes in 2021 in which 89 people were killed, including two Kurdish policemen, 67 Iraqis and 20 Syrians.

"ISIS women"... Attempts to kidnap female guards in al-Hol camp, the victim is a child
Women and children walk among the tents of the Al-Hol refugee camp in northern Syria. (Getty Images)

and transform Al-Hol camp To an environment incubating crime by women militants of the terrorist organization, and the British newspaper The Independent describes it as “the bloodiest place on earth”, stressing that violence there has reached unprecedented levels.

The beginnings of the establishment of the camp go back to the first Gulf War in 1991, when Iraqi refugees sought it before their numbers doubled during the US invasion in 2003.

The camp’s danger increased after ISIS occupied cities in Iraq and Syria in 2014, which led to the influx of thousands of displaced people. After the organization’s defeat in Syria in 2019, ISIS families joined the camp.

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