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Follow - up -arac Press October -6: A group of men, women and children adrift across the desolate fields when a Syrian opposition fighters appeared on a road in northern Syria , and pointed them to raise their hands in the air.
Aztec warrior looking for members of the group and inspects their mobile phones to try to ascertain whether they were sympathizers Daesh.
That group were not only two families from the city of Tal Afar , near Mosul in Iraq is that it represents part of a growing stream of arrivals to northern Syria to escape the deteriorating situation and the conflict in Iraq and Syrian territories that are still under the control of Daesh with the accelerated pace of operations to crush extremist fighters.
He said one of the two brothers , who were traveling with their wives and their children , "Thank God we spent only three days on the road. Some people , it may take a month or more. "
The two families paid 32 thousand dollars to smugglers to transfer to the territory controlled by Daesh northern Syria borders - ie a distance of 500 kilometers - inside the tanks of fuel.
From there , the families walked twenty - five kilometers away the last to arrive at an FSA security point outside the town ofShepherd on the Turkish border , an area in northwest Syria flushed Turkey and its allies in the Syrian opposition fighters Daesh in August.
The man said on condition of anonymity to protect his relatives who still live within the confines of Daesh "We stayed in thetank for more than nine hours. The two women fainted from the heat and lack of oxygen. "
" The children took the medication to sleep and not wake when the threshing members Daesh on tanks in security checks to make sure there was no one inside."
The man said about Daesh fighters " are killing us every day , " and added that his goal is to cross the border into Turkey to catch up with his relatives there.
" It has to be the launch of your beard. If you not committed any error Vsvrdon you a fine of 50 thousand Iraqi dinars , or 100 thousand dinars ($ 85). Impose fines you down. "
Fugitives also feared the harsh treatment they receive at the hands of WIN in the popular crowd factions Reuters quoted assaying that all factions fleeing "from Daesh consider us even if I told them that we are civilians."
" I can not do anything to escape from the dual fear of Daesh armed factions."
Cautious opposition fighters who run the security point is to make sure that those who belong to Daesh It does not belong tothem. The main task of the opposition fighters , Abu Mohammed in the refugee screening and to allow them to enter the city.
Said Abu Mohammed , "When we catch an individual from Daesh among civilians fleeing Nstjoppe and try to find out if they have any sleeper cells among us."
"In case if discharged from a Daesh treat him well treated. If a family trying to secure them even if they are still in theterritory Daesh. "
He said the expatriates who are allowed to pass through receiving aid and free transportation from the town to sponsor other opposition - controlled towns.
She is affiliated organ of the United Nations monitor population movements inside Syria, who asked not to be identified in orderto protect their workers, told Reuters that has information about the escape of at least six thousand people from tenderness actual capital of the organization in Syria to other parts of Syria during the months of June and July July and August.
The majority of them traveled to areas under the control of Daesh in the northwestern province of Aleppo to come near as much as possible under the control of the Free Syrian Army land borders in order to continue to travel to Turkey if they coulddo so.
The authority said that more than 5,500 people left the province of Deir al - Zour in eastern Syria under the control of theorganization and the adjacent Iraqi territory.
Most of them have headed north to Hasaka controlled by the People's Protection Units Kurdish province.
Many of the fugitives from the areas controlled by Daesh around Mosul in Iraq , also across the border into Hasaka and moving.
Said Ahmed Khadr , 26, from Deir al - Zour that Daesh confiscated his identity papers. And members of his group were forced to pay 25 thousand Syrian pounds ( US $ 48) per person for the trip to the town of Shepherd, which represent part of it to walk 40 kilometers away.
" It is forbidden to leave the territory under the control of Daesh ... and most of the cars on the road were afraid to take us justbecause we are from Deir ez - Zor."
And the payment of Wael Al - Jassem , 22, 60 thousand Syrian pounds ( US $ 116) for himself and each of his wife and two children to travel from their city in the territory controlled by the Daesh east of Aleppo.
" I have decided to smuggle myself because I did not have work. Whether or not Bdaash Daesh how Sotam my family if I did not have a job? "
And as opposition fighters , standing at security points around the town of Shepherd they're watching at least three thousand people are going through every day.
He said fighter Mohammed "Runaways in miserable condition. Understanding walking long distances and pay large sums of money to smugglers. "End quote (1)