UNICEF begins gathering details of Morocco Daesh brides, children in Syria camps

A child poses at Camp Roj, where relatives of people suspected of belonging to Deash group are held, in the countryside near al-Malikiyah (Derik) in Syria's northeastern Hasakah province, on March 28, 2021. [DELIL SOULEIMAN/AFP via Getty Images]

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has started counting the number of Moroccan Daesh wives and children who are located in Al-Hawl and Roj camps in Syria. According to Hespress, the UN initiative has been hailed as a step that heralds the possibility of repatriating the fighters' children and their mothers in the coming days, as other countries have done. The newspaper reported that the Moroccan nationals were asked to complete applications providing their information and details of their relatives in Morocco, including how to contact them. The representative of the National Coordination of Families of Trapped and Detained Moroccans in Syria and Iraq, Abdelaziz Al-Baqali, said the UN decision to identify the number of Moroccan daesh wives and children is […]

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