المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

In 24 hours | Internal Security Forces foil biggest mass escape attempt in al-Hawl camp

SOHR sources say that the Internal Security Forces managed to foil an escape attempt of migrant women with six children this morning, who had all moved from the female migrants section to the Syrian section inside Al-Hawl camp, in preparation for an escape attempt outside the camp.

During the last 24 hours, the Internal Security Forces have foiled the largest mass escape from Al-Hawl camp, as security forces mabaged to foil the escape of some 200 women of Syrian and Iraqi nationalities, along with a large number of children, in cooperation with the “YPG” members.

This escape attempt is the largest since the opening of the Al-Hawl camp.

Meanwhile, Internal Security and organized crime forces have stormed the fifth section inside al-Hawl camp in Al-Hasakeh countryside, arresting a Syrian where a large quantity of medicines have been found in his tent.

On September 11, SOHR activists said that two women and a young man were killed and a woman and a young man were injured inside a tent in Al-Hawl camp in Hasakeh countryside.

According to Observatory sources, three gunmen, armed with silencer guns, broke into their tent this morning, in the first sector allocated to Iraqi refugees, shoting them, and chanting pro-ISIS slogans “the Islamic State will remain.”

On September 3, SOHR sources said that the administration of Al-Hawl camp in the eastern countryside of Hasakeh, has transferred 67 people and 47 children among 20 ISIS families of non-Syrian nationalities to the Roj camp in al-Malikiyah countryside.

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