The Kurdish Asayish patrols arrested an employee of the Syrian Red Crescent Organization, smuggling Russian women from al Hol camp

The Kurdish Asayish patrols have arrested an employee of the Syrian Red Crescent, on charges of smuggling ISIS families from al Hol camp.

The Kurdish Asayish Internal Security Forces patrols of the Autonomous Administration arrested, named as Haydar Hamwi Ismail, who works as a driver for the Syrian Red Crescent, after trying to smuggle five Russian women from the camp with their children.

Ismail, who is from the town of Tire in the northern countryside of Deir al Zour, tried to smuggle Russian ISIS women with their children into the car of the Syrian Red Crescent, for $ 400.

Since May of 2019, the Syrian Red Crescent has been in charge of managing a hospital inside al Hol camp in Hasakah countryside, with a capacity of 30 beds, to alleviate the suffering of refugees.

Media close to the People’s Protection Units (YPG) announced the day before Sunday, that five Russian women were arrested, along with their children, while trying to flee the camp, in agreement with a smuggler linked to Turkey, as it was reported before the patrols arrested an employee of the Syrian Red Crescent.