The departure of a batch of displaced people from the “Al-Hol” camp towards its original areas in Deir Al-Zour.
The “SDF” announced that it has evacuated a new batch of displaced Syrians who are in the “Al-Hol” camp in the eastern countryside of Al-Hasakah, which includes families of ISIS.
The “Hawar” agency affiliated with the “Self-Management” said that the “SDF” removed the 49th batch from the camp, which includes families from Deir Al-Zour who wish to return to their areas, noting that the batch includes 217 people in 53 families who come from rural areas north and east Deir Al-Zour.
The “SDF” security officials made sure of the people’s credentials before they left, and that the payment of payments from “Al-Hol” is carried out in coordination with tribal elders, in addition to previous decisions issued by SDF.
The director of the exit office in the camp, “Munir Muhammad,” said that the number of trips for the people of Deir Al-Zour to leave Al-Hol reached 23, indicating that it’s the first trip this year.
The population of the camp under the control of the “SDF” reaches more than 57000 people, most of whom are women and children from the families of ISIS militants from the Syrians and Iraqis, in addition to more than 8500 foreigners from several countries who came with the militants who were involved in organization ranks.
The camp witnesses almost daily killings against unknown individuals targeting those who reject the ideology and beliefs of ISIS, while the SDF is unable to control the security situation in it.