Burning a heater in a point of distributing gas by women of the Islamic State terrorist groups (ISIS) in al-Hawl camp resulting in four injuries, including a child girl and an elder woman.
Al-Hawl camp, east of Hasakah, which is run by the Autonomous Administration of northeastern Syria witnessed a burning of 4 tents in the 5th sector which contains families of displaced Syrians and Iraqi refugees.
A security source told North-Press that the burning was a result of a fire set in a gas heater inside a point of distributing gas resulted in the burning of 4 tents and the injury of 4 people.
The source stated that the injured people are Mohammad Ahmad (13 years old), Sumaya Yousef (62 years old), Lamis Mohammad (25 years old), and the child girl Suha Hassan (15 months).
The injured people were taken into one of the medical centers within the camp, where the child girl and the elder woman were put under control due to the varying burns.
The source confirmed that after the investigation conducted by the Internal Security Forces to recognize the causes of the fire, it became clear that ISIS women were the perpetrators.
The source noted several ISIS women attacked one of gas centers within the camp and devastated it, then they set fire in it.
Al-Hawl camp is witnessing murder cases and tents burnings every now and then, as the perpetrators of most of them are ISIS women. The camp contains more than 67,000 displaced people and refugees, including 11,000 ISIS women and children.