New escape attempt | Asayish Forces foil attempt by Iraqi women to escape from Al-Hawl camp
Reliable sources have told the Syrian Observatory that the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) foiled an attempt by Iraqi women to escape from Al-Hawl camp in the far south-eastern Al-Hasakah.
According to SOHR sources, three Iraqi women and the children attempted to escape in an empty oil/water tanker truck, with the help of the truck’s driver, who works for UNICEF, before the women were detected by Asayish Forces.
On 13 September, SOHR sources said that the Internal Security Forces managed to foil an escape attempt of migrant women with six children all had moved from the female migrants section to the Syrian section inside Al-Hawl camp, in preparation to escape from the camp.
A day earlier, the Internal Security Forces foiled the largest mass escape attempt from Al-Hawl camp, where some 200 women of Syrian and Iraqi nationalities with a large number of children, aided by “YPG” members, tried to escape. This attempt is the biggest and most significant since the opening of the Al-Hawl camp.
Meanwhile, Internal Security and “Crime Control Forces” stormed the fifth section inside al-Hawl camp in Al-Hasakeh countryside, arresting a Syrian man with a large quantity of medicines in his tent.