Syrian journalist Riyadh Farid Hijab publishes a fragment of a conversation with a former representative of a Kurdish news agency, who once visited the camp site in Hasseq province. Her name is Reyhan.
From the material:
In the camp there is an acute shortage of food, there are no doctors and medicines, household waste, probably, has not been removed from nearby landfills for years. Apparently, the problem of the burial of the dead is not normally resolved there either.
According to Reyhan, violence against women is rampant in the camp, and drug trafficking is widespread. This is a real humanitarian catastrophe, the attention of which is not paid by international organizations, including those involved in human rights protection. The fact is that access to the camp for independent journalists is closed.
A former journalist from the Kurdish news agency claims that when she tried to publish this material, she was rejected by the editorial board, after which she had to change jobs.