It is believed that a convoy of about 2,000 people left Deir I Zor in the northeastern province of Syria on Wednesday, indicating the last civilian evacuation before the last battle against the other Isis fighters hidden inside. Between ten and fifteen trucks blocked by men, women and children – including families and children of Isis fighters – were spotted leaving Baghouz, the last pocket of ISIS, believing that 300 militiamen stayed inside before the final disclosure , in addition to about 2000 non-fighter.
But as the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are approaching the final terrorist ground and the coalition forces are pushing the air, human rights activists blame the rebel squad for continuing to commit suicide. severe human rights violations and a claim to avoid the exit of civilians from the hot zone. sent to Al-Hall camp, where they will be checked by the local commanders of the SFF to ensure that they are not members of Isis, but are likely to face difficult conditions as resources in the establishment are decreasing and diseases and malnutrition are growing, despite the growing number of displaced people. At present, at least 60,000 people live in the site located in the wilderness where Syria meets Jordan and Iraq.
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While the SDF announced that it was in the final phase of preparation to clear the region from the last and most "hardened" militia formation, a monitoring group covering [1