The report which cited a terrorism expert from Human Rights Watch said that among the 800 were 15 German women.
“Over 800 women, who had joined the Islamic State, are being detained in Kurdish regions of northern Syria with their children” Says the German Newspaper Die Welt
“The female ISIS members and their children were detained across several camps in the region. The women were from 40 different countries including Canada, France, Britain, Turkey and Australian. These women are in a very difficult situation. Especially for the small children the conditions are by no means good,” the report said.
The women are calling on the European governments to allow the children to return. “The children have not committed any crimes, they are the victims of the war and often their radicalized parents.” says the women
Source: Die Welt