(Muslim Press) - ISIS has released 37 kidnapped Syrian Christians on Saturday, most of whom are women, that were among over 200 people kidnapped in February, according to an NGO.A group dubbed " Assyrian Christians " consisted of 27 women and 10 men, most of whom are elderly were released by ISIS, according to the Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights. " They arrived Sunday morning in the town of Tal Tamr in the Khabur region of Hasakeh province in northeastern Syria, " the group said.Recommended:ISIS ties dozens to streetlight poles in Iraq The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Monitor has confirmed the releases, adding that most of those freed were from other towns in Khabur, AFP reported. The released hostages were among a group of nearly 220 Assyrians captured by ISIS when they had control over parts of the region in February. A small number of prisoners has been released since then, with between 140 and 150 believed to be still held as hostages by ISIS.