The “List of Shame”: The United Nations calls on the countries to take back their citizens from Syria

On Monday, the United Nations called on 57 countries to take back about 10,000 of their citizens from Syria.

According to “Reuters”, these subjects include women and children who have links with the terrorist “ISIS” fighters.

Experts in the field of human rights in the international organization say that international law obliges these countries to return them, and to prosecute adults of them if there is evidence of their involvement in war crimes or other crimes.

Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, the UN Special Rapporteur on the protection of human rights, stressed the importance of states returning their nationals.

Fionnuala Ní Aoláin on the list, which includes 57 countries, including Britain, China, France and the United States, “the list of shame”.

She criticized the process of stripping the nationality pursued by some countries, stressing that leaving a person without a nationality is illegal.

There are about 9,462 foreign women and children among more than 64,000 detainees in the al Hol and Roj camps, which are under the administration of the Kurdish authorities in northeastern Syria. 

They live in “inhuman” conditions without legal cover.