Idlib, Syria, May 20, 2018. Rotten iftar meals poison dozens of civilians in the Hafsa camp near of Maasran town, southeast of Idlib, Northern Syria. One of the residents of the camp, Hussein al-Hilal, said that they brought the iftar from the Ayadee al-Khair Organization. The iftar was a rice dish with 200 grams of meat and a small yogurt box. After the camp residents ate the meal, symptoms of poisoning began to appear after 12 am." Ahmed Taweel, responsible for the health center, said that they recorded between 150 and 200 cases of food poisoning in the camp, most of them children. The activists circulated sound recording of a medical source at Maarrat al-Nu'man hospital. The source said that on Sunday, the hospital received more than 20 cases of poisoning as a result of eating iftar consisting of rice and meat. The source expected the meat was rotten. The source also stated that the total number of poisoning cases might exceed 200 according to the people. The injured were distributed to the hospitals of Ghadfa, Talmans, Maara and Deir Sharqi. The number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the eastern Hama countryside to Sinjar in Idlib and Hamra in Hama reached more than 35,000, due to the military campaign launched by the Syrian government forces on their areas. The IDPs complain of poor humanitarian conditions especially in the winter, where rainfall and snow are sinking dozens of tents, amid lack of response from aid and humanitarian organizations. Figures by appearance: 1. One of the residents of the camp, Hussein al-Hilal. 2. Responsible for the health center, Ahmed Taweel.