Islamic State terrorists killed two guards in the Al-Hol camp
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The Islamic State (IS) insurgents killed two guards of the al-Hol camp in southern countryside of Hasakah, a monitor reported on Sunday.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) cited its sources as explaining that the militants were attempting to help nine Turkish women of IS militants to escape from the camp, but that the guards, also referred to as the Internal Security Forces (Asayish), managed to foil the break by the women.
According to SOHR sources, the women, with whom were also nine children, “were hidden in water tanks affiliated to the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in the camp, to be transported later aboard a truck out of the camp. The driver was arrested on Saturday morning.”
The Observatory, citing its sources, additionally revealed that the Internal Security Forces had also foiled the smuggling of five Russian women of Islamic State fighters with 13 of their children.
“A woman inside the camp, the wife of the administrative official responsible for the affairs of the non-Syrian dead members of ISIS, attempted to help them to escape, but the women were caught while trying to escape from the side fence of the camp,” SOHR concluded.