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“The Telegraph”: Hundreds of children of “ISIS” militants are being held in British-funded prisons

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According to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Advancement and Protection of Human Rights, Fyunwala Ni Oli, at least 700 children and hundreds of others are being held indefinitely in jails on par with “torture” conditions. Prosecuted or convicted of any crime.

Said Ni Oli Many children are kept out of sunlight or rain and are susceptible to tuberculosis, Govt-19 and other infectious diseases.

For his part, SDF leader Retor Khalil told the Telegraph, “We fought ISIS with the world, but now we are left to deal with its consequences, and the international community must find a permanent solution to this problem.”

Khalil added 700 children affiliated with the “Islamic State” were placed in military detention centers, most of them militants from Syria and Iraq. These centers have 80 to 90 other national children.

He noted that despite the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) saying that children detained in northeastern Syria are not directly accessible, the United Nations is monitoring their situation.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) also issued a statement calling on the British government to immediately return women and children detained in camps in northeastern Syria.

The report called on the British government to end the torture of British children and women by deporting them from the camps.

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UN experts and the courts have found that torture and other forms of cruelty, inhuman or degrading treatment are in violation of international standards.

The number of children and women detained from countries outside Iraq and Syria is estimated at 12,000 children and women in the “al-hol” and “al-roj” camps in northeastern Syria. “Islamic State,” without the possibility of a charge or trial.

Nearly two-thirds of children are under the age of 12, and many are under the age of five.