Syrian Refugee Camp Facing ISIS Security Threat And Humanitarian Crisis

Syrian refugee camp facing isis security threat and humanitarian crisis

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Syrian Refugee Camp Facing ISIS Security Threat And Humanitarian Crisis” – below is their description.

When ISIS collapsed, thousands of family members of captured or killed ISIS fighters fled to Northeast Syria and now they enforce the terror group’s brutal rules inside a Syrian refugee camp, Al Hol. In an NBC News exclusive, Courtney Kube reports on the growing threat and humanitarian crisis.

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