TORONTO —
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated it was “too dangerous” to ship in Canadian diplomats to take away four-year-old Canadian orphan Amira from the al-Hol detention camp — after Kurdish authorities confirmed they discovered the kid over the weekend.

In a one-on-one interview with InternetNews’ Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme, Trudeau stated that he was conscious of the little woman’s story, however that the security of Canadians who work within the Middle East wants to be thought-about.

“Right now we’ve qualified it as too dangerous for Canadian officials to go into Syria and into those refugee camps,” he stated.

It has been nearly a yr since Amira was found wandering alone within the Syrian city of Baghouz after her household — Canadians who had left the nation in 2014 to combat for ISIS — had been killed in an airstrike.

Amira was taken to the detention camp in northeastern Syria the place she was dwelling with a surrogate household, in a scenario that Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale has beforehand referred to as “horrendous.”

Life contained in the camp is commonly described as determined, with lack of water and entry to medical care main issues for the greater than 11,000 international ladies and kids of ISIS fighters are detained.

It is estimated that a minimum of 33 Canadians ladies and kids are detained in al-Hol and a second close by camp.

Amira’s uncle and grandparents in Canada have been calling on the Canadian authorities to rescue the kid for months — utilizing different nations like Sweden, Australia and France as examples of governments who’ve despatched in personnel to extract ladies and kids left behind after the years of battle with the caliphate.

The authorities has beforehand instructed Amira’s household that she should bear a DNA check to show that she is a Canadian citizen earlier than she might be issued journey papers — which might take months.

This previous summer time Amira’s uncle, who needs to stay nameless, was decided to go to Syria himself to attempt to find her and produce her residence, however Kurdish Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. Abdulkarim Omar suggested him not to journey till her location was confirmed.

This weekend, Kurdish authorities despatched a message saying that Amira had lastly been situated.

“We informed the Canadian authorities about her whereabouts,” Omar stated. “The Canadian government is aware of Amira’s situation right now.”

Canada has but to formally request the kid’s launch, one thing her uncle is hopeful will change now that she has lastly been situated.

“Now that she’s found, we’d hoped immediate action would take place and that she could be home as soon as possible,” Amira’s uncle stated.

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