In light of two new incidents in the camp during the past two days, the security chaos and assassinations renewed in the Al-Hol camp in the eastern countryside of Hasakah, which is under the control of the Syrian Defence Forces (SDF).
A local source said that a Russian woman from the ISIS family detained in the Al-Hol camp was subjected to an assassination attempt by extremist women loyal to the terrorist organization.
According to the source the 36-year-old Russian Elena was attacked with sharp objects in the “migrant women’s section” in the Al-Hol camp, but she miraculously escaped death, as she was transferred to a medical point for treatment in the camp.
The incident came after unidentified persons had assassinated an Iraqi refugee in the camp, after he had been subjected to death threats hours before.
The source stated that unknown persons had opened fire with a silencer-mounted gun at the Iraqi refugee Bassam al-Muhammadi, during the curfew imposed by the SDF in the camp. Before the attack Al-Muhammadi was threatened by unknown persons through leaflets, which were placed in front of his tent warning him of death.
The two incidents come after the SDF announced the arrest of 4 Iraqis in the camp a few days ago, which it said were ISIS members and accused them of being responsible for carrying out the assassinations in al-Hol.
The camp’s residents are constantly suffering from a state of security chaos that threatens their lives, amid the total inability of the SDF to stop the assassinations and establish stability inside the camp.
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