by Video: Self-management took the children of “Da’ash” to their country in Latin America
The correspondent of our website from the city of Qamishlo, reported the self-management in Roj Ava and northern Syria, On Monday (January 21st),about the return of two sons of militants of the Islamic State (Da’ash) to their country.
Our correspondent said the delivery ritual was formal that In an official letter on the extradition of foreign nationals and in cooperation with British human rights activist and lawyer Clive Stafford Smith and following the approval of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in Latin America, It was decided to hand over two armed children “Based on the belief of the self-management of the north and east of Syria on the principles of human rights .. and According to the desire of the two children.”
“The two children were born in 2006 and 2011,” she said.
And confirms the intelligence of more than 100 countries around the world that 30 thousand armed men recruited in favor of Daash until 2018, 30 percent of whom are women, with 1550 women from Europe joining the organization, mostly from France, Germany, Britain and Belgium.
Most of the families of armed militants are currently reside In camps dedicated to them in Iraq and Syria after the collapse of the organization and the loss of large areas of land, Without most countries accepting the extradition of the families to which they belong, Especially European countries, where no country has accepted the return of these families, even though they hold a European passport.