After deporting the second batch of displaced people from Deir ez-zor in al-Hol camp, elders of the Deir ez-zor clans demanded that the wives and children of foreign ISIS mercenaries residing in al-Hol camp be repatriated.
In this regard, ANHA met with Sheikh Ahmed Mohsen Al-Abdul Aziz from the tribes of Al-Egidat clans.
Al-Abdul Aziz said, "on behalf of the clans of Deir ez-zor countryside, we call for the deportation of all women and children of foreign ISIS mercenaries to their country.
The Autonomous Administration in al-Jazeera region has demanded that countries with ISIS-affiliated citizens in al-Hol camp to receive them, but most have not responded.
There are about 70,000 children and women of ISIS in al-Hol camp in al-Hasakah canton in northeastern Syria.
Abdul Aziz called for sending of "a third batch of the people of Deir ez-Zor who are in al-Hol camp except the suspects of ISIS."
Abdul Aziz also commended the efforts exerted by the Public Relations Committee of the Executive Council in Deir ez-Zor to meet the demands of the elders and local councils.
It is worth mentioning that in accordance with the signing of an official handover document, the Autonomous Administration handed over 14 ISIS children of Dutch and French nationality to their governments on June 10.