Families begin to return to their homes in DAESH free Al-Bab

ALEPPO, SYRIA - FEBRUARY 28: Footage of Syrian families who were forced to flee their homes because of the atrocities of DAESH returning to their homes and their cleaning and repairing works in Al- Bab town afer Free Syrian Army (FSA) backed by Turkish military liberated it in Aleppo, Syria on February 28, 2017. Javad Abu Samra, a father of 8 and one of the residents returning to the town says that he and his family were trying to save themselves from the constant bombardments by hiding in the basement of their house until DAESH militants came and forced them to leave the town with the threats of blowing them away with a bomb laden vehicle they brought before their house, adding that DAESH has nothing to do with Islam and they're grateful to anyone who saved them from this scourge. Fadi Rahman, another resident who's forced to flee his house says that DAESH carried out mortar attacks against houses of people who refuse to join their ranks. He tells that there are still dead bodies trapped in wreckages of the buildings destroyed by the mortar attacks. (Footage by Kemal Karagöz / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images)

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Clip #: 646809008HD
Collection: Anadolu Agency
Date created: 28 February, 2017
Licence type: Rights-ready
Release info: Not released. More information
Clip length: 00:06:42:22
Location: Aleppo, Syria
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Source: Anadolu Agency Video
Object name: gazanreturnees.mov

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