Human Rights Watch: ISIS abuse, torture children abducted from Ayn al-Arab

New York, SANA-Human Rights Watch said the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organization has abused and tortured children after abducting them from the Syrian city of Ayn al-Arab.

The HRW affirmed in a report published Tuesday on its website that there were a total of 153 boys between the ages of 14 and 16 who were kidnapped on a return trip to Ayn al-Arab from their schools.

Four children of those who were abducted described their suffering and situation where ISIS beat children with electric cables and hoses for doing poorly in required religious lessons, trying to escape or doing anything the guards saw as misbehaving. In some cases, Human Rights Watch says the boys were put in tires and beaten.

Fred Abrahams, Special Advisor of the human rights at /HRW/ said those facts on Isis abuses and tortures affirm that anyone shouldn’t support the criminal projects of the terrorist organization.

American Foreign Policy magazine and a number of media reports revealed that Isis is recruiting innocent children and force them to join terrorist camps and to attend the crimes of beheading.

Mazen Eyon

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