25 thousand Iraqis, including 5 thousand of Da’esh families are living in al-Hol camp in rural Hasaka

25 thousand Iraqis, including 5 thousand of Da’esh families are living in al-Hol camp in rural Hasaka

Mar 02 2019

ARK News: The Iraqi security and military expert Hisham al-Hashemi revealed on Thursday, the presence of about 25 thousand people with Iraqi nationality, including 5,000 children, women and elderly armed Da’esh families in the camp of al-Hol in the countryside of the province of Hasaka, Syria.

Hashemi said in remarks carried by the site of "BasNews" "there are 959 of Da’esh suspected of their logistical work inside this camp", "pointing out that" the Iraqi government has signed an agreement with the international coalition and the Syrian Democratic militants to receive them in the form of patches, according to confirmed information reached us. "

Hashemi pointed out that "the number of those transferred to Iraq in the period from August 2018 to November of the same year reached to 3498," adding that "those were transferred after the security checks."

The Iraqi authorities had announced that they have so far received a total of 280 Iraqi fighters in Da’esh organization.

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