“Al-Hawl mini-state” | Asayish Forces foil new escape attempt by women of ISIS families
Reliable sources have told SOHR that the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) have foiled a new attempt by four women of ISIS families with their children to escape from Al-Hawl camp in the far south-eastern countryside of Al-Hasakah. To escape from the camp, the women, who are of non-Syrian nationalities (three Russians and one Austrian), used trenches dug around the camp to confine the escape attempts. However, they were detected by members of Asayish Forces deployed around “Al-Hawl mini-state”.
On October 3, reliable sources 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.