ISIS wives have viciously murdered an Iraqi citizen in the notorious al-Hawl camp in northeast Syria. The body of the victim was found by the camp’s authorities on March 14.
A source in the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) security forces told the Hawar News Agency (ANHA) that the attackers murdered the victim with a hammer. The victim received multiple hits on his head.
According to the source, the victim was an Iraqi refugee in his 30s known as Bakr Mohsen Farhan. The murder weapon was found next to his body.
“The attacks and killings in which the hammer was used have become more frequent, they are used by ISIS mercenaries’ wives, in an attempt to punish all those who try to get away from their extremist ideology, whether they are displaced or Iraqi refugees residing in the camp,” the source said.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) contradicted the ANHA’s report, claiming that the Iraqi victim was a “volunteer” in the SDF.
The al-Hawl camp, that is located in the eastern al-Hasakah countryside, is hosting more than 66,000, including 40,000 family members of ISIS fighters many of whom are foreigners.
ISIS wives in the camp are taking the role of the terrorist group’s “Hosbah” [religious police]. Anyone who abandons the group’s radical ideology is being punished, or even murdered by these women.