OTTAWA, Ontario — A choose has ordered the Canadian authorities to assist deliver house 4 Canadian males being held in Syrian camps.
In a ruling late Friday, Federal Courtroom Justice Henry Brown directed Ottawa to request repatriation of the boys as quickly as moderately attainable and supply them with passports or emergency journey paperwork.
The Canadians are among the many many international nationals in Syrian camps run by Kurdish forces that reclaimed the war-torn area from the extremist group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Brown stated a consultant of the federal authorities should journey to Syria to assist facilitate the return of the boys as soon as their captors agree at hand them over.
Relations of the boys, in addition to a number of girls and kids, have been arguing in courtroom that the federal government should prepare for his or her return, saying that refusing to take action violates their constitutional rights.
A lawyer for six Canadian girls and 13 youngsters within the camps reached an settlement this week with the federal authorities to deliver them house.