المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SOHR exclusive | In return for money, ISIS women kill and move freely in Al-Hawl camp with help of Asayish members

Reliable sources have informed the Syrian Observatory that some members of the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) help extremist ISIS women to get out of their section inside Al-Hawl campin Al-Hasakah countryside, to other sections allocated for Syrian and Iraqis refugees in return for sums of money reached 4,000 USD. Meanwhile, the number of women smuggled to other sections inside Al-Hawl camp have approximated 110.

 

On the other hand, Asayish forces arrested a man and a woman of non-Syrian nationalities this week for “smuggling weapons into the camp”. According to SOHR sources, the woman, who is from Tajikistan, used to receive money from foreign bodies and deliver them to the man, who is of Iraqi nationality, in order to buy guns and silencers then smuggle them into Al-Hawl camp with the aim of killing individuals dealing with Asayish forces inside the camp.

 

On November 16, SOHR sources documented the release of 120 ISIS families held in Al-Hawl camp of some 515 people, mostly from Deir Ezzor province, after mediation and guarantees by tribes’ elders and dignitaries.

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