Al-Hasakah, Syria, May 5. 2016. Hundreds of forcibly displaced people (FDP) from Aleppo, Deir al-Zor, and al-Raqqa, are trapped in the Mabruka camp, western al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria. The FDP wait for permission so that the People’s Protection Units allow them to cross to areas controlled by the Autonomous Administration. Some of the FDP want to reach the Qamishli airport to travel to Damascus for treatment or to travel to their families abroad. Other FDP took shelter in the camp to flee war. An FDP, who introduced himself as Abu ‘Awad says, “My residency will expire on Sunday, my family is in Saudi Arabia. I came to Syria for a visit. I must reach the Qamishli airport and travel to Damascus before my residence expire. The road to Damascus is blocked.” Another FDP, who introduced himself as Abu Abdullah from Homs, says, “I came here with my wife and children. We want to go to camps. I have heard that there is a camp in the al-Houl area in al-Hasakah. The Rouj camp in Qamishli did not admit us.”Suleiman Abdul’aziz, the manager of the Mabruka camp says, “Our areas can no longer accommodate the number of people who entered. There are security problems. We should decrease the number of people who want to enter our areas. Sometimes, there could be 200 people who want to enter. We do not stop those people who have diseases or house rent contracts.” The Mabruka camp was established in early 2016 and it includes 27 tents.