The Autonomous Administration set up a program on May 23 to look at the files of displaced people in camps in northern and eastern Syria, to return those who had no relationship with ISIS mercenaries to their areas in the form of batches.
The number of those who left al-Hol camp from 3 June until yesterday reached 1,136 IDPs, among 350 families. They are as follows (Deir-ez-Zor 397 IDPs, Manbij 127, al-Raqqa and 612 IDPs)
A new batch of displaced people left al-Houl camp, which included 36 displaced women, children and the elderly, from al-Raqqa and Deir-ez-Zor , after the studies prepared by Autonomous Administration were completed, making sure that their hands were not stained with the blood of the people. From the camp and returned to their homes to 1172 displaced people.
Al-Hol camp official, Hamreen Hassan, confirmed that the camp administration will continue to follow the nominal regulations submitted by the officials of the Autonomous Administration and clans' notables for further return batches and "All parties involved in the issue of the return of IDPs should contribute more to reach as many as possible who wish to return to their areas," she said.