The Yazidi House receives two Yazidis

18/5/2019 16:37:00

On Saturday, the administration of the Al-Hawl refugee camp handed over two Yazidi girls who were freed from ISIS to the Yezidi house in the island province.


The forces of the Democratic Syria were able to free the two children and the daughter of Nawaf Khadr 10 years from the village of Solagh in ShanGal, and Gilan Joufi Khadija 11 years from the village of Tal Aziz from ISIS in March this year.


After the two children received the necessary medical care in the camp, the camp administration today decided to hand them over to the Yazidi home in the island province, where the Yazidi house is scheduled to begin taking the necessary measures to hand over the two children to Shangal.


The Yezidi House in the territory of the island supervises the affairs of the Yazidis liberated from the hands of a terrorist and calls on their families and the concerned authorities in Shangal to communicate them to their families.







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