“Al-Hol mini-camp” administration transports 21 orphan children to Roj Camp preparing to send them to their countries
“Al-Hol Camp” administration transferred 21 orphan children from “Al-Hol mini-camp” including foreigners of different nationalities: French, Dagestan, and Egyptians.
Sources said that preparations are being made to send them to their countries.
Now, 203 orphan children of families of members of the “Islamic State” Organization remain in the “al-Hol mini-state” totaling 224.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 22nd of December 2019 that Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has learned that the “Autonomous Administration” in north and north-east Syria has repatriated two Finnish child orphans to their state.
It is noteworthy that the two children are of families of ISIS members.
On October 2, SOHR reported that the Autonomous Administration in the north-east of Syria has handed over 2 brother children of the Austrian nationality of the families of ISIS members, to representatives of their state’s government, where the handing over took place at Smilka crossing in the area of Al-Malikiyah / Dayrik north-east of Al-Hasakah which connects between Syria and Iraq, in the presence of a delegation of Austria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and officials in the “Autonomous Administration”, and a conference has been held between the two sides there, and the Syrian Observatory published in early September 2019, that it learned that the Autonomous Administration in the north-east of Syria has handed over 4 children of the families of the “Islamic State” organization, to representatives of the Russian government, and these children (one Dagestani and 3 Chechen) are orphans and they were in “Al-Hool Statelet” in the far south-east of Al-Hasakah.