ERBIL — Unidentified gunmen, suspected to be members of Islamic State (IS) sleeper cells, have left a Syrian woman severely wounded in al-Hol camp, in Hasakah province, a monitor reported on Thursday.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said that "reliable" sources informed the Internal Security Forces (Asayish) that a Syrian woman was found in "a serious condition" in al-Hol camp in Hasakah countryside.
According to SOHR, the woman, who was found in the sixth section of the camp, had been shot in the head "by ISIS affiliates."
The Britain-based monitoring group added that a displaced Syrian woman was found dead, after being shot "by ISIS affiliates" in “Al-Hawl mini-state” in the far south-eastern region of Al-Hasakah countryside.
"The woman’s body was found in the camp’s third section which is specified for Iraqi refugees," SOHR noted.
According to the latest updates by the monitor, five women have so far been assassinated in al-Hol camp since the beginning of this month.