Orphans of ISIS members suffer from extremely tragic humanitarian conditions in Ain Issa camp north of al-Raqqah

Children inside Ain Issa camp in the northern countryside of al-Raqqah are living a very tragic situation, in light of the absence of support of the institutions operating in the area for them, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored 24 of the children of ISIS members living tragic human situations, such as neglect and the lack of humanitarian assistance provided to them, in addition to depriving them of their right to learn as no educational center was opened for them and the care is completely absent of them. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained an exclusive video showing an Egyptian orphan child, whose father and mother were killed in the ranks of the “Islamic State” when they were in al-Baghuz area, he was talking and explaining the situation of the 24 other children of ISIS members saying: “we are 24 orphaned children in this place of the camp, we need schools, we have been in Syria for 8 years, my father and my mother were killed in al-Baghuz area while they were fighting in the ranks of the “Islamic State” Organization, we have no contact with our relatives, in the winter we are not provided with any assistance by organizations operating in the area.”

Video by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights shows an Egyptian child, speaking and explaining the situation of 24 orphaned children of children of ISIS members in Ain Issa camp north of al-Raqqah who are living tragic situations, where they are not receiving any support from the relief organizations operating in the area.

Child explaining the situation of 24 orphaned children of children of ISIS members in Ain Issa camp north of al-Raqqah who are living tragic situations

Video by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights shows an Egyptian child, speaking and explaining the situation of 24 orphaned children of children of ISIS members in Ain Issa camp north of al-Raqqah who are living tragic situations, where they are not receiving any support from the relief organizations operating in the area.

Posted by Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Monday, September 23, 2019

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