Hasaka, SANA – The “Arrivals” project in Hasaka completed its campaign for aid distribution to families who were displaced from Tal-Nimr and its surrounding villages because of terrorism.
The aid, which was provided by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), consisted of essential supplies for daily life and other supplies for children and elderly people, in addition to clothes, the project’s manager Khaled al-Khaled told SANA .
He added that the names of members of 1,100 families that were displaced from al-Hawl and its villages were registered in order to provide them with aid in upcoming campaigns.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) had launched an armed attack on February 23 which targeted the residents of Tal Hermez, Tal Shamiram, Tal Rumman , Tal Nasri, al-Aghaibesh, Tuma Yalda, and Hawouz in the western countryside of Hasaka province, displacing many locals in the process. The terrorists also burned down the antique Tal Hermez Church and abducted dozens of the residents of Tal Shamiram and Tal Hermez.
Qabas/ Hazem Sabbagh