This woman, currently detained in Roj camp, suffers from “very advanced colon cancer which puts his life in danger”, according to the lawyers of his mother and his grandmother.
Lawyers for the family of a French woman who left for Syria and currently detained in the Roj camp are asking for her repatriation to France for medical reasons, they said on Friday, November 20 in a press release.
His mother’s and grandmother’s lawyers, including Maître Emmanuel Daoud, are asking the French authorities to “urgent medical repatriation” of this 32-year-old woman who suffers from “very advanced colon cancer that puts her life at risk”. Its state “is deteriorating hour by hour and its vital prognosis will be engaged in the very short term”. They are also asking for the repatriation of her four children aged 2 to 11.
This woman left for Syria in 2015 with three children, a fourth was born there. She is currently detained in the Roj camp, where former jihadists are placed.