Internal Security Forces deny security breach in al-Hol camp

The media center of the Internal Security Forces in northern and eastern Syria refuted the news circulated about arresting the chief of the Al-Hol camp guards on the pretext that he smuggled people living in it, most of whom belonged to ISIS.

Some news sites and social media pages circulated news that the chief of Al-Hol camp guards in Hasakah canton, which includes thousands of ISIS mercenary families in addition to Iraqi refugees, was accused of smuggling people from the camp, and that he was arrested.

The media center of the Internal Security Forces, and in the context of that, issued a statement today to the public opinion, denouncing this news, and confirmed that their forces continue to take all security measures to prevent a security breach in the camp and outside.

The text of the statement:

To our people and public opinion:

Recently, news was shared by some of the malicious pages of our forces arresting the chief of Al-Hol camp guards on the pretext that he smuggled the people in the camp, most of whom belonged to ISIS terrorists.

We are in the Internal Security Forces, as we confirm that this news is false and fabricated, as it came after all the means and methods used by smugglers for smuggling from the camp were monitored and discovered.

Our forces continue to take all security measures to prevent any security breach within and outside the camp. "


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