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Syrian Regime Forces Arrest a Young Palestinian Woman at Qatifa Checkpoint in Damascus Suburb

Published : 12-07-2015

Syrian Regime Forces Arrest a Young Palestinian Woman at Qatifa Checkpoint in Damascus Suburb

The Palestinian Syrian regime forces arrested the Palestinian female refugee "Falasteen Fakhoury," (18 years) at Qatifa checkpoint; she is a resident of Zamalka City in Damascus suburb.

Al Qatifa checkpoint is considered one of the most prominent Syrian regime checkpoints on the road between Damascus and the Syrian provinces, and from which many Palestinian refugees were arrested on several charges, including failure to join the military service, or to prevent them from traveling under the pretext of heading to Turkey, or because he wanted by the Syrian security services.

In addition, the AGPS documented that the Syrian security arrested 49 Palestinian refugee does not know their fate and places of their detention, while the total toll of the AGPS statistics of  Palestinian detainees in Syrian prisons has reached (921) detainees

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1491

The Palestinian Syrian regime forces arrested the Palestinian female refugee "Falasteen Fakhoury," (18 years) at Qatifa checkpoint; she is a resident of Zamalka City in Damascus suburb.

Al Qatifa checkpoint is considered one of the most prominent Syrian regime checkpoints on the road between Damascus and the Syrian provinces, and from which many Palestinian refugees were arrested on several charges, including failure to join the military service, or to prevent them from traveling under the pretext of heading to Turkey, or because he wanted by the Syrian security services.

In addition, the AGPS documented that the Syrian security arrested 49 Palestinian refugee does not know their fate and places of their detention, while the total toll of the AGPS statistics of  Palestinian detainees in Syrian prisons has reached (921) detainees

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1491