Jarablus, Syria, July 6, 2018. Dozens of internally displaced persons (IDPs), including women and children, from Deir ez-Zor protest in the city of Jarablus in Aleppo, Northern Syria against a decision by the local council of the city to deport the IDPs from the Shari’a school in central Jarablus to the Zoughara camp. The protesters raised signs condemning and rejecting the decision. The signs said, "Erdogan's success in the elections will expel Syrians from their land," "We have no place nor shelter, Erdogan expelled us," and "They sold you, Syria." IDPs in camps in the city of Jarablus suffer in difficult humanitarian conditions, including the spread of diseases and the lack of access to basic services amidst the absence of humanitarian relief organizations. Other signs can be seen saying, "Where are our brothers in al-Sharqiya, we are being expelled," "The people of al-Sharqiya are in the streets," "The local council of Jarablus expels IDPs from Deir ez-Zor," "We die for the our country to live," "No to the displacement of Syrians from their land," and "They sold you, Syria."