SDF liberated 2 Yazidi children

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SFD) liberated two other Yazidi children who were part of a batch of civilians arrived on Tuesday morning at al-Hol camp, while the camp's administration said that they would take the children to the Yazidi House Council in al-Jazeera canton.


On Tuesday morning, a new convoy of civilians liberated by SDF in the framework of the battle to defeat terrorism arrived as they were driven out of al-Baguz to al-Hol camp.

The two children Milad Hussain, 13 years old, and his mother is named Khokha from Şengal province and Fawaz Khedr who is 15 years old from a mother named Adla from Şengal were among thousands of children who were kidnapped by IS mercenaries during their attack on Şengal on 3 August 2014.

According to ANHA correspondent who follows the conditions of al-Hol camp, the children Milad and Fawaz were part of a group of 13 children with no family and arrived with the civilians' batch at al-Hol camp.

For his part, al-Hol camp administrator Shivan Mohammed Karim said that the two children will be handed over to the Yazidi House Council in al-Jazeera region which is in contact with Şengal Council to return them to their families.



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