Syria: Assyrian families struggle during the reign of ISIS organization.
The Assyrian families who witnessed the occupation of ISIS to villages in northeastern Syria tell stories of valor, fear, anxiety and suffering during their stay in the organization prisons and the keenness of the organization on the movement of these families between areas they controlled and they separated and dispersed the family members. In the organization prisons, civilians floundered between the fear of the unknown fate and fear of the bombing, which was getting close to their imprisonment areas.
Eight months of psychological tension and torment Assyrian families spent in ISIS prisons in northeastern Syria’s and Abraz Abdul Ahad Drumu talked about what he experienced during ISIS occupation to some villages in Aljazeera province, details of desperation and fear and anxiety during their stay in the organization’s prisons
As well as Jamila case who was patient on being parted from her son for more than three months. The organization was keen on the movement of these families between areas controlled by them and they were also keen on the separating and dispersing family members.
In the organization prisons, civilians floundered between the fear of the unknown fate and fear of the bombing which was close to the areas of their imprisonment.