ISIS forces kill more than three dozen citizens near Syrian refugee camp

by Trent Dunn
edited by Walker John

Over three dozen Syrian refugees were killed by ISIS forces while trying to escape the fighting in Iraq and Syria on May 2, according to the New York Times.

This was one of the largest recent attacks in the area.

The attack took place near the Al Hool refugee camp. The camp hosts almost 17,000 people.


The battle began when the ISIS forces attacked a checkpoint controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces.

The Syrian Democratic Forces say the Islamic State forces also attacked them in Shadedeh, Syria with suicide bombers.

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