​​​​​​​Iraqi refugee stabbed by ISIS women in al-Hol

A group of ISIS women wanted to kill an Iraqi refugee in al-Hol camp, stabbing by knife.

ISIS mercenary women in al-Hol camp, 45 km east of the Syrian city of al-Hasakah in the east of the country, are trying to destabilize the camp by stabbing, killing, burning and fleeing, in an effort to preserve ISIS ideology, and in clear threatening messages from them to those trying to move away from extremist ISIS.

In another incident, ANHA's correspondent reported that a group of ISIS mercenary women had killed an Iraqi refugee, Khader Yusef, in the third decade of his life with a knife stab.

Today, this morning, the incident took place in the camp market, which connects between the first and third sectors, where the young man Khader was injured in the right shoulder and then transferred to the camp's field hospital.

The security forces were able to arrest the perpetrators after the accident, and they are a group of Syrian ISIS mercenaries, and an investigation is underway to find out the reasons and purpose of the killing.

The security forces have intensified their movements and patrols in the camp, and on the outskirts of the camp, after the marked increase in the efforts of ISIS mercenary women to escape and the increase in cases of killing and arson.



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