The Problem with al-Hol: The Future for ISIS-Affiliated Families

Source The Washington institute


Media – Between 2013 and 2019 an estimated 53,000 men, women, and children, from eighty different countries traveled to the Islamic State’s so-called caliphate in Syria and Iraq to join the terrorist group and support its activities.

Today more than 60,000 of them are held in detention camps awaiting an unclear future and a rapidly declining present.

Blumenstein-Rosenbloom Fellow Dr. Devorah Margolin explains the tenuous situation of al-Hol camp and other detention camps like it in Northeast Syria, and what steps and stumbles could lie in its future.

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