المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Leading sources denies to the Syrian Observatory the validity of the SDF’s detention for citizens in the displacement camps in the countryside of al-Al-Raqqah and asserts that security measures aim to protect the displaced people

Leading sources in the democratic self-administration denied to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights the authenticity of the news recently published online about the detention of the Syria Democratic Forces and YPG for thousands of citizens in Ein Isa camp in the countryside of Al-Raqqah, and the leading sources of self-administration and camp officials confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that the camp is subject to security measures aim to protect the displaced persons fleeing death, clashes and prosecution; and from the “Islamic State” organization’s controlled areas, and they do not aim to narrowing down on the displaced people who have lived Tragedies and the bitterness of the displacement from their homes, and those in charge of the camp confirmed that the identities of the displaced persons are taken when they enter the camp in order to be checked and validated and register them in the camp residents ‘ records, and that the delayed of returning the IDs to the displaced people comes as result of the daily increase of numbers of the displaced people in Ein Isa Camp and in other camps in the controlled areas of the Syria Democratic Forces, the sources noted that at least 6000 persons have left the camp for areas where their relatives live or towards other areas they wished to move to, and the sources added that several members and leaders of the “Islamic State” organization were arrested earlier and that they entered with the displaced people to the camp, and when checking and verifying their records, they were identified as belonging to the organization of who fled with the civilians outside of the organization’s controlled areas, also the those in charge of the camp as well as leading sources of self-administration have indicated that the camps that are under the controlled areas of the Syria Democratic Forces need UN assistance, and from relief, humanitarian and medical organizations to be serviced and provide food assistance, medical and humanitarian needs to the residents of these camps, to ensure the lowest standard of living for them until they return to their home.

 

 

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