المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

6 Months after the Coalition declared the end of ISIS as a dominant force east Euphrates, fate of thousands of abductees still unknown as ISIS continues to spread in Jabal Abu Rajmin without any military operation by the Russians, the regime forces, or the Iranians

The International Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces continues their complete silence on the issue and file of thousands of abductees by the “Islamic State” Organization, after 6 months of the official announcement of the Coalition and SDF of ending the Organization as a dominant force east of Euphrates, where the Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces are completely silent about the matter and provide no answers about the fate of kidnapped people, despite the increased fears about the lives and their fate, including the father Paulo Dall’Oglio, Bishop John Ibrahim, Paul Yaziji, Abdullah al-Khalil, a British journalist, Sky News journalist, and other journalists, as well as hundreds of abductees from Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) and Afrin, in addition to the people from Deir Ezzor,

At the same time, the Organization continues to spread in an area of 4000 square kilometers, extending from the Nature Reserve of Jabal Abu Rajmin north of Palmyra which has trees within it, up to the north of Sukhnah and the western administrative border of Deir Ezzor province, where it is believed that Jabal Abu Rajmin includes people abducted by the Organization and were relocated there over the past year, without disclosing their fate and without any military operation by the Russians, the regime forces, or the Iranians who have been besieging the area since 2017.

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