From the edge of hell, these families shout

The forgotten deplacement zone in Syria for people from Ninawa province, where city of Mosul is.

The forgotten deplacement zone in Syria for people from Ninawa province, where city of Mosul is.

 

From the edge of hell, these families shout
It is an absent place from the agenda of politicians. It is not on the map of humanitarian organizations that operate in the stricken zones. There in Hassaka, the Syrian city close to the Iraqi western border. There has been camp called Rouge, still the refuge for over 300 human who live in the wild. They face the extreme weather conditions by simple means of live, from the tents to the grounded shelters.

Humanitarian organizations don’t have an access to this area. But they barely have been surviving, Thanks to the aids transported by PKK force that also protect them. While medication is still far fetched.

The story of Rouge camp started when ISIS took over the province of Ninawa northern west Iraq 2014. Many Families of Arab origin have fled, with glimmer of hope to return through Kurdistan region. Unfortunately, It wasn’t so easy to enter the Kurdish region northern Iraq, so they stayed stuck in Syria.

The source

Mosulyoon agency

 

 

 

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