burning of two tents for mercenary families within the camp

A fire broke out in al-Houl camp in northeast Syria, which resulted in the burning of two tents due to the non-compliance of the mercenary families with the system in the camp, and the damage was limited to physical only.

A fire broke out in al-Houl camp 45 km east of al-Hasakah city in northeastern Syria. The burning of two tents within the section dedicated to the families of foreign ISIS mercenaries known as the "immigrant section", and the damage was limited to material only such as furniture, clothing and household equipment.

According to our correspondent in al-Hol, the fire that broke out in the family of foreign ISIS mercenaries was controlled by Internal Security Forces in charge of protecting the camp and limiting its spread to the neighboring tents.

Saud Ahmad, ISF Official at al-Hol Camp, explained that the fire that broke out in the camp was the result of the use of gas for cooking in the tent, and that it is not restricted to cooking in the designated kitchens within the camp, and stated that the fire was limited to material damage without causing casualties.

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ANHA 


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