IDPs from Idlib to Al-Raqqa: SDF call for us will save thousands’ lives

“Idlib, the afflicted”.. This is how a number of IDPs displaced in the city of Idlib who arrived in the city of Raqqa in the Abu Qubaei refugee camp described it, confirming that they went to the Autonomous administration areas because they are the most secure in Syria, after the Commander in Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) stated that northern and eastern Syrian lands are open to receive IDPs.

Syrian Idlib witnessed weeks of battles between the regime forces and Turkish mercenaries, which led thousands of families to flee from the conflict areas to safe areas, and two days ago dozens of families from Idlib arrived in the city of Raqqa in the Abu Qubaie camp located southwest of the city of Raqqa.

During our agency meetings with the displaced people, they expressed their gratitude and thanks to the Syrian Democratic Forces that had received them, and facilitated their crossing into the city of Raqqa, while the displaced people regretted the situation in Idlib, and said: “Idlib has become ashes on the pretext that we are terrorists, we mean the most areas under SDF are safer. "

A displaced woman from Jabal al-Zawiya in the Idlib countryside, Ilham Darwish, aged 37, who is a mother of 6 children, said: “We had to leave our homes because if we stayed there, we and our family would have died because the situation in Idlib was very tragic, and the planes bombed day and night.

On the invitation of the Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi, Ilham Darwish indicated that the invitation will secure the lives of many families, and it is a mercy to them at this time after they were displaced from their areas. In the city of Raqqa, we decided to come to the Abu Qubaie camp.

The Abu Qubaie camp is located southwest of the city of Raqqa, and it belongs to the Al-Kasrat region. It includes about 1500 IDPs from Idlib, who came after the liberation of the city of Raqqa from ISIS terrorism.

For his part, the displaced Yusef Shaari indicated that the north and east of Syria enjoy security and safety compared to other regions.

In turn, the 61-year-old displaced Muhammad al-Hassan appealed to all the people of Idlib who are being bombed to go out and preserve their lives and come to the north and east of Syria. He added: "Today we sleep peacefully here and do not hear the sound of flying and cannons."

It is worth noting that the shelling is still continuing in Idlib and its countryside violently, which has caused the displacement of more than 235,000 civilians from Idlib and its countryside.



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