ISIS executes 2 women in its last enclave within the east of the Euphrates on charge of "dealing with the SDF" • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

ISIS executes 2 women in its last enclave within the east of the Euphrates on charge of “dealing with the SDF”

Dier Ezzor Province – The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from intersected sources that the “Islamic State” organization has executed 2 women in its controlled areas on the eastern banks of the Euphrates River, where the Syrian Observatory monitored that the organization executed 2 women on charge of “dealing with the Syria Democratic Forces”, in Al-Sha’afah area in ISIS last enclave at the eastern banks of the Euphrates, and it is not known so far whether the 2 women are of the kidnapped people or of the residents of the area, where the SOHR monitored on the 11th of November 2018, the execution of 2 young men in Al-Susah town by the organization, on charge of “helping Muslims to flee to the lands of infidels”, where they were executed in the past 24 hours by shooting them, the organization also executed 5 citizens on charge of dealing with the SDF, and it also executed 10 fighters of the SDF after it captured them.

Also 300 persons of 130 families were abducted, including at least 90 women of different nationalities, the majority of whom are nationalities of the former Soviet Union whose fate is still unknown, where the organization separated the women from the rest of the abductees, amid fears for their lives of executions that may be carried out individually or collectively by ISIS, and the abduction took place from al-Bahra camp, where the Syrian Observatory previously monitored the Syria Democratic Forces and the International Coalition moving tens of people and families to al-Bahra camp, which consists of tens of tents in the countryside of Hajin town, where it was established by SDF and the Coalition with the purpose of sheltering displaced families in addition to families of members of the “Islamic State” organization.