Russia: Mothers of women and children captured by IS say recruiters «still on the loose»

Human rights activists and relatives of women married to militants who fought with the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS; formerly ISIS/ISIL) stated that there are problems with the return of captured women and children from undisclosed IS camps in Iraq, at a press conference in Moscow, Monday. One of the mothers noted that a special group had been set up to search for the disappeared women and... Еще children, and that its number «has exceeded 600 people.» Member of the Council on the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights under Head of the Chechen Republic, Kheda Saratova, said that «we do really have problems related to the return from of children and women from Iraq.» She went on to say that the group had addressed the problem with a number of international organisations and diplomats, including the Iraqi ambassador, Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Mikhail Bogdanov and the International Red Cross; however, noting that «we are not given any information, particularly, on Mosul.» The activist also expressed indignation that «the recruiters who captured these women are still [on the loose] in Turkey» and «are now enjoying their lives there.»

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