[size=36]ISIS women clash with security[/size]
saw Hol camp , located in the far southeast of the Syrian Hasaka city, which is described as the most dangerous world camps, riots and clashes between the "Asayish Women 's forces" of the Kurdish forces on the one hand, and "women 's calculation" of the organization Daesh on the other hand, according to The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.
In detail, a group of ISIS women who worked clandestinely inside the camp as a female account, tried to flog a woman, before Kurdish security forces entrusted with protecting the camp intervened to prevent them, leading to a clash of light weapons and firearms between the parties.
The Observatory reported casualties between the two sides of the clash, amid a state of resentment and questioning the source of weapons in the hands of ISIS.
Local websites reported that ISIS had been killed and seven others wounded, as well as the arrest of more than 50 women by the Kurdish Internal Security Forces, or the Asayish.
The camp has a population of about 74,000, according to ICRC officials.
The presence of foreign "Daesh" in the sphere has further complicated the problem of the camp, especially since they still hold on to the ideas of the extremist organization until now. Some of them are engaged in daylight violence inside the camp, mostly related to the rejection of their extremist ideas by their victims.