“Autonomous Administration” releases tens of families of ISIS members from the “mini-state” of al-Hol after tribe elders’ guarantee • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

“Autonomous Administration” releases tens of families of ISIS members from the “mini-state” of al-Hol after tribe elders’ guarantee

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a new batch of families of members of the “Islamic State” Organization got out of the al-Hol camp in the far southeast of Hasakah, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: the “Autonomous Administration of north and northeast of Syria” released about 110 families of members of the organization of the people of al-Raqqah, they are estimated to eb about 400 people of women and children, and this comes as the results of the meeting of the “Syria Democratic Council” with tribe elders at the “Syrian Tribal Forum”, which took place in early May 2019, and according to Syrian Observatory’s sources, lists of names are sent by the tribes to the “Autonomous Administration”, which in turn sends them to the management of al-Hol camp to carry out security investigations and check the names, and after the results of the investigations they  start the release process.

While the Syrian Observatory published on the 24th of July 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that a new batch of tens of ISIS families came out of al-Hol Camp at the far southeast of Hasakah, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: more than 125 children and women among about 30 families of the Organization have gotten out of “al-Hol State” towards Manbij city, which is under the control of the Syria Democratic Forces, and sources of the Syrian Observatory informed that all of them are from Manbij city and were taken out in response to demands of tribal elders in the “Meeting of Syrian Tribes”, which was held in the beginning of the May, where the Syrian Observatory published on the 3rd of May 2019 that Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the “Syria Democratic council” organized the “Forum of Syrian Clans” in Ayn Issa town in the northwestern countryside of al-Raqqah, where leaders and representatives of the Syria Democratic Forces meet with hundreds of representatives of tens of Syrian clans, in addition to the civil and popular parties.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 3rd of June 2019 that Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned from several reliable sources that hundreds of displaced people of al-Hol camp have gotten out of the camp today, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory: more than 900 people -mostly women and children of Deir Ezzor, al-Raqqah, and al-Tabaqa- have gotten out of al-Hol camp towards their areas east of Euphrates, and those who have gotten out of the camp towards the Syria Democratic Forces’ controlled areas will have to secure a guarantor for this who are not of the area, for example, those who are from Deir Ezzor province will not be able to go to Manbij without having a guarantor there.

 

 

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