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Individuals walk through Ain Issa, among the camps that holds displaced Syrians along with international spouses of ISIS fighters and their young ones. Tens of thousands of international ladies and kids languish in shelters in northeastern Syria, unwelcome by their property governments sufficient reason for no clear future.
Um Mohammed claims she was at search of the happier life whenever she made a decision to bring her household through the Netherlands to reside under ISIS.
“we thought the ISIS ‘caliphate’ could be perfect, like a utopia,” says Um Mohammed, whom defines having sensed discriminated against as being a Muslim into the Netherlands and states the group that is militant online propaganda received her in. “I do not think life within the caliphate ended up being what many people anticipated. I regret having and going, you realize, to undergo this.”
Now this woman is one of 1000s of international ladies and kiddies whom languish in detention camps in northeastern Syria, undesirable by their house governments along with no clear future.
As with any the ladies interviewed by NPR at Roj camp, Um Mohammed, 32, asks become understood just by her nickname because she fears the general public stigma should she ever be permitted to come back to the Netherlands. Continue reading “Foreign Wives And Kids Of ISIS Take Place In Syria With Uncertain Future”