Sports Syria: liberation of families from al-Hol camp

18:30  06 october  2020
18:30  06 october  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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Vue du camp d'al-Hol dans le nord-est syrien. © REUTERS / Ali Hashisho / File Photo View of al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria.

The situation was unbearable, the Kurdish authorities in northeastern Syria announced on Tuesday the release of thousands of Syrians detained in the overcrowded al-Hol camp. Among them are families of jihadists from the Islamic State group.

Many NGOs have been sounding the alarm for months. The situation of extreme misery in the detention camps in northeastern Syria is only getting worse. For months the Syrian Kurdish authorities have been calling for an international solution to this very concrete problem inherited in their territory from the war against the Islamic State organization.

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Al-Hol camp in northeast Syria has rapidly expanded with the influx of more than 63,000 women and children displaced by the offensive against the Islamic The Kurdish-led Autonomous Administration for Northeast Syria is confining 62,000 Syrian and Iraqi family members of ISIS suspects in the main

Palestinian refugee camps are camps set up by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria

In this al-Hol camp live more than 64,000 people, a small half is Syrian, thousands of detainees are Iraqis, but there are also Westerners with their children. Some are displaced people who fled the fighting, others close to jihadists.

All have been locked up for a year and a half. Western countries where some residents come from refuse to take care of them. France, for example, has accepted the trickle-down of only a few of the 250 French children currently in these camps.

Over the months, illnesses have claimed many victims, particularly among children. The decision was therefore taken to release the Syrians and keep only foreigners.

These are therefore families of combatants. The jihadists themselves will remain in prison still at the expense of the Syrian Kurdish authorities. These releases of course raise many questions, including how to reintegrate these families into Syrian society. Where will those whose homes are now under the regime's control or completely destroyed go?

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