‘I’m trapped in Syria with my grandchildren’

While a Islamic State organisation appears tighten to better in Syria, hundreds of kin of IS fighters are stranded in Kurdish-run interloper camps in a country.

They series around 1,500 generally women and children, though their possess governments are refusing to repatriate them.

Their predestine stays generally misleading given President Trump’s preference to repel US infantry from Syria, that many Kurds fear will lead to an conflict by Turkish troops.

BBC Arabic’s Feras Kilani visited Roj stay in northern Syria, where many of these kin are being held.