Countless kids of ISIS Suspects in Syria, Libya, Iraq want assist
A lady walks with a kid in Roj camp, which holds wives that are foreign kids of Islamic State (ISIS) people, in northeast Syria, September 2018.
© 2018 Delil Souleiman/AFP/Getty Images (Tunis) –Tunisia’s action on January 23, 2020, to create house from Libya six orphaned kiddies of suspected Islamic State (also called ISIS) users is one step toward protecting the legal rights of the kids, Human Rights Watch stated today. Tunisian authorities should do their utmost now to quickly bring house significantly more than 36 other kids of ISIS suspects who remain stranded in Libya, along with 160 other people considered to be held in camps and prisons in Syria and Iraq.
“Tunisia should move swiftly to follow along with this good step with further action to carry house its kiddies caught in squalid camps and prisons in war-torn countries, ” said Amna Guellali, Tunisia manager at Human Rights Watch. “Children shouldn’t be penalized when it comes to purported crimes of these parents. Weiterlesen