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Turkish Intelligence moves Daesh families to Turkish-held camps: source

Local | 2019-11-07 18:06:00
Turkish Intelligence moves Daesh families to Turkish-held camps: source
A well-informed source said Turkish intelligence has transferred a number of ISIS families detained during Operation Peace Spring from Al-Bab town to one of the camps in Jarablus city.

Turkish intelligence had distributed the detained women and their children to some cities of the Euphrates Shield, specifically to Jarablus, al-Bab and al-Rai, where they were interrogated for 15 days.

According to the source, al-Bab police transported about 20 ISIS families, including women and a large number of children, to one of the camps that were specially prepared for them near Jarablus. They were placed, alongside all families held in the liberated countryside of Aleppo, under house arrest and are heavily guarded by the Turkish army. 

Turkish government pays great attention to these families in its detention, providing them with care in terms of housing, food and drink, as well as medical care for women and children through a special health center established for them inside the camp. However, the government still refuses to hold any ISIS families on its territory, despite some of the detained women come from Turkey, Russia and Azerbaijan.

Zaman al-Wasl received a documentary video of several ISIS families arrested by members of the 20th Division, a faction of the National Army participating in Operation Peace Spring, after they were released by the SDF around Ain Issa, in northern Syria.

Turkish Intelligence moves Daesh families to Turkish-held camps: source
Zaman Al Wasl
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