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The New York Times speaks to ISIS brides who are being kept in a Syrian refugee camp in this documentary.

They travel to the notorious Al Hol camp where thousands of wives of ISIS fighters are being held. This camp is mainly run by Kurdish forces, but those soldiers they’re worried that they won’t be able to stay in control of it if Turkey increases their military presence in the region. The reporter in this doc speaks to various women there. Some of them regret their decision to join IS but others are more emboldened than ever and are still fully behind the terrorist group.

The video takes us inside the messy and complicated situation in Syria. It shows us how unstable some of these camps can be. What’s even more eye-opening is seeing how many children are in these camps. Over 2/3 of the people in these camps are under the age of 12, with many of them being very young children. Seeing this situation from the ground level demonstrates just how tricky solving the crisis in Syria is.

ISIS Wives|The New York Times|Documentary

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