5 Danish children are still imprisoned in Syria. With the passing of each day, the risk of them dying increases. They are need help asap.
The 5 children between the ages three and five years old. The kids all have Danish citizenship and are Denmark’s responsibility. This they have not felt in several years. On the contrary, they have survived bombings and shootings. They have witnessed their loved ones’ killed. They are malnourished, have shrapnel lodged in their small body, anxiety, PTSD and other afflictions.
It is no longer a question of if the children are sick or are psychologically traumatized.
The only question, that remains, is how sick they need to be, before the Danish government repatriates the children and their mothers from the prison camps.
We demand that the Danish government bring home the last 5 Danish children and their closest caregivers now.
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Turkey is attacking the area with fire and bombings. Inside the prison camps, murders and riots are common. Latest a small child was killed in al-Hol prison camp. Islamic State has recently orchestrated a bloody prison escape from a nearby facility imprisoning male IS-supporters. This took the life of hundreds and 400 former inmates are now at large in Northeast Syria.
The Children are at constant risk of being abducted by ISIS, according to experts and intelligence services.
The two young brothers are imprisoned with their mother in the kurdish controlled prison camp, al-Roj. The two boys are malnourished and traumatised.
We believe, that the danish government need to bring home the family immediately! The children have a right to survive.
Jonas has been held captive in the Syrian prison camps, al-Hol and al-Roj with his mother and aunt for more than three years. He is very sick and traumatised. He has shrapnel lodged in his small body after surviving a bombing a few years ago.
He needs to be rushed home, so he can receive the life-saving medical treatment, that he so desperately needs.
In October 2019, a new law was rushed into effect in Denmark. It is now possible for the foreigner- and integrationminister to administratively strip away danish citizenship from people with dual citizenship. The deprivation can occur if the minister reckons that the person has caused damage to the nations’ vital interests. An administrative deprivation means that it occurs outside the courts and thus merely requires a desk-side signature.
Four of the women, that have been deprived of danish citizenship, are detained in the Syrian prison camps.
11 persons have lost their danish citizen since the law was implemented. At least six of whom have complained through lawsuits.
(SOURCE: UIM, ft.dk, DR Nyheder)