Three women of Islamic State families detained while trying to flee to areas held by Turkish-backed factions
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SOHR activists say that SDF’s Internal Security Forces arrested three ISIS women trying to flee to areas controlled by Turkish-backed factions in the Tal Abyad area. They were arrested in the village of Debs near Ain Issa.
On June 11, SOHR sources reported that “Al-Asayish” forces launched a security campaign in Al-Hawl camp, which contains the families of the Islamic State in the south-eastern countryside of Al-Hasakeh province.
According to Observatory sources, the security campaign launched by the Public Security Forces “Al-Asaish” aimed to end the cells formed by the women of the Islamic State inside the camp, and to put an end to the violations which recently increased, and to remove the sharia courts and sections for training the children on ISIS’ ideology, which have set up by women in the camp.
Meanwhile, the Security Forces “Al-Asayish” have found materials used to make explosives, improvised explosive devices and some hidden weapons in the “Migrant” section.