REFUGEE women have been attacked by ISIS brides at a Syrian camp for “defying the caliphate”, it has been reported.
The brides attacked the women for “defying the caliphate” and not covering their faces.
Guards at al-Hol refugee camp in northern Syria had to fire their weapons in the air to keep the peace.
On one occasion they also used a taser to get a foreign female jihadist under control.
A woman at the camp said: “They yell at us that we are infidels for showing our faces. They tried to hit us.”
ISIS is holding onto its last shred of territory after years of vicious and gruelling civil war.
As the terror group’s empire, which was once bigger than the UK, was rolled back, thousands of people – many of them ISIS followers – have survived and not given up the doctrine.
Most have been sent to the al-Hol camp which is overcrowded with Syrian and Iraqi refugees.
A 30-year-old woman from Turkestan called Dilnor, said: “There were problems with some people.”
“They yell at us that we are infidels for showing our faces”
Her family moved to Syria to escape oppression at home.
As the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) launched its “final battle’ to take the final piece of ISIS territory, there was a surge of displacement including many adherents to Islamic State, some of its captives and hundreds of surrendering fighters.
Head of the SDF media centre, Mustafa Bali, said no more people had emerged on Friday.
He said: “We are waiting for tomorrow morning or perhaps until the afternoon, we’ll give another space, for the possibility that civilians are present and the chance to get them out.
“After that, if no civilian or terrorist comes out, we will launch our military operation anew.”
British jihadi bride Shamima Begum, who left the UK aged 15 in 2015 to join ISIS, went to a refugee camp after she was stripped of UK citizenship.
Her three-week-old son died from pneumonia and getting ill in a Syrian refugee camp.
He was her third child, with none surviving.