المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After mediation and guarantees by tribal elders | Al-Hawl camp’s administration prepares to release new batch of ISIS families from Deir Ezzor

Reliable sources have informed SOHR that the administration of Al-Hawl camp is preparing to release a new batch of ISIS families held in the camp, after mediation and guarantees by tribes’ elders and dignitaries.

 

It is worth noting that all families which will be released are from Deir Ezzor province. According to SOHR sources, over 500 persons will be leave the camp tomorrow, Monday.

 

The “Autonomous Administration of the northern and eastern Syria region” released 156 families from Al-Hawl camp since early October 2020, after guarantees by tribal elders. According to Observatory sources, all the released families were from Deir Ezzor and Raqqa provinces.

 

On October 1, reliable sources informed SOHR that the “Autonomous Administration” released 48 families from Al-Hawl camp, after guarantees by the area’s tribal elders. Most of the released families were 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.

 

While on October 12, SOHR activists said that the “Autonomous Administration” was preparing to release 73 families, after guarantees by tribal elders. They families included 289 Syrians held in al-Hawl camp and they would be sent to their towns in al-Soussa, al-Shaafa and Al-Baghuz in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

 

Similarly, on October 28, reliable SOHR sources confirmed that the “Autonomous 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 were from Al-Raqqah city and surrounding areas.

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