North-Press has obtained photographs of two Lebanese and German families belong to the Islamic State (IS) who fled Ein Issa refugee camp, when members of the Turkish-backed opposition groups launched an attack in the middle of last month and smuggled some families.
During their fleeing, the Lebanese and German families, were injured by land mines planted by the Turkish forces between the cities of Manbij and Jarablus, especially children.
The Syrian Democratic Forces ( SDF) moved the families to al-Hol camp in Hasakah countryside, and they are now in safe and monitored conditions.
On the 15th of last month, Ein Issa camp was in a chaos situation as a result of a fire in the camp, and an attack by the Turkish forces and its affiliated armed groups. In addition to smuggling some IS families from the camp, while the remaining families fled towards the city of Ein Issa.
It is noteworthy that many members of the Islamic State (IS), managed to escape from northern Syria and arrived in Turkey, and they are now under the protection and mandate of Turkey, including dangerous women of Russian origin from the families of the terrorist group, who managed to escape from the camp of Ein Issa and reached Turkey.
The Center for Documentation of Violations in northern Syria revealed information and names of leaders and fighters of the terrorist group of (IS) fighting now within the ranks of the Turkish-backed armed groups in northern Syria.