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NEW  REPORT: SAVE THE CHILDREN

Save the Children rings alarm bells in their new report on the deteriorating conditions in al-Hol prison camp. Security and safety is rapidly worsening, just four weeks ago a young foreign child was murdered and 4 other children were seriously harmed. Approximately 2 people are killed each week in the camp. 


Almost 40.000 children live in the camp, half of whom are under the age of 12. Save the Children are focusing on the hidden, but serious, consequences a life in fear has on a small child.


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NEW HEALTH REPORTS: BRING THE CHILDREN HOME 

While imprisoned in Syria, three of the danish children’s health have become dangerously worse. In a new report from the danish health authorities, you can read that the children are in grave danger of suffering lifelong repercussions from their current health state. They recommend that one of the children be committed to the hospital in Denmark as quickly as possible. We argue that children have a right not to die. Therefore, they need to be repatriated immediately, so they can receive the treatment, that they so desperately need. 


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Yusuf Zahab before he was forced to Syria. Link to source

YUSUF ZAHAB

A 17 year-old innocent Australian child captive has died in a prison near Hasakah in North East Syria.


Yusuf Zahab was a just a 12 years old when he was trafficked into Syria. He had suffered severe injuries in a prison break orchestrated by ISIS in December.


UN experts have “urged the authorities to move speedily to prevent further deaths and safeguard the health and welfare of child nationals by returning them to their homeland.”


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“It’s like a Guantanamo in the desert but it’s worse because it is much bigger and full of children.”


Most of the British women abandoned by the Government in detention camps in North-East Syria have never spoken to a journalist. In this harrowing story they describe how they were trafficked, and the pain of seeing their children grow up in desert prisons. One of the women she met, Amira, was a child and “barely out of primary school when she was taken from Britain to Syria by her family”.


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