المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Since the beginning of October | “Self-Administration” releases some 155 families of displaced Syrians from Al-Hawl camp in Hasakeh countryside

The “Self-Administration” of the northern and eastern regions of Syria has released 156 families from Al-Hawl camp since the beginning of October 2020, guaranteed by the ttribe elders. According to Observatory sources, all the released families are from Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa provinces.

On October 1, reliable sources informed SOHR that the “Self-Administration” has released 48 families from Al-Hawl camp, guaranteed by the area’s tribe elders. Most of the released families are from the towns of Al-Susah, Al-Sha’faa and Al-Baghouz in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor. These families had been displaced from their towns and held by SDF in Al-Hawl camp in Al-Hasakah countryside during the military campaign against ISIS.

On October 12, SOHR activists said that the “Self-Administration” of northern and eastern regions of Syria, guaranteed by tribal elders, is preparing today to release 73 families. They are 289 Syrians in al-Hawl camp and will be sent to their towns in al-Soussa, al-Shafa and Al-Baguz in eastern countryside of Deir ezzor.

On October 28, reliable SOHR sources have confirmed that the “Self-Administration” released 35 families held in Al-Hawl camp in Al-Hasakah countryside, after mediation and guarantees by Al-Raqqah’s tribe elders. It is worth noting that those families are from Al-Raqqah city and surrounding areas.

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