The Autonomous Administration of northern and eastern Syria held in May 3, 2019 the Clans' Forum, where more than 5,000 notables and tribal leaders throughout the north and east of Syria met in Ain Issa area of the Euphrates region. One of the outcomes of the forum was the return of the Syrian refugees in al-Hol camp of al-Hasakah province to their homes, who have no relation to Daesh mercenaries.
In response to the outcomes of the Clans' Forum, and after the tribal sheikhs provided guarantees, on July 3, 217 families from Al-Hol refugee camp returned to their homes in the cities of al-Raqqa and al-Tabqa, numbering 800 after a press conference held in the camp.
On Thursday, July 11, in the presence of representatives of the Civil Administration in Deir ez-Zor and a number of elders and dignitaries of the tribes, the administration of al-Hol camp brought out a new batch of women and children, comprising 201 people, all from the Deir ez-Zor area. They will return them to their families and homes.