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The Syrian Security Released the 'Mokhtar' of Al Aedein Camp in Homs after being Detained for about a Month

Published : 23-05-2016

The Syrian Security Released the

The Syrian security forces released the Palestinian refugee, Ali Shehada al Shaabi, in his sixties from Al Aedein camp in Homs, originally from Ein Al Zaytoun village in Palestine. He was released after being detained for nearly a month, where he was arrested by the Syrian security forces after he was leaving a state institution in order to obtain a proof that there were no criminal or judicial convictions against him. He was recently selected as a "Mokhtar" – responsible of the neighborhood for the government for certain legal transactions for Al Aedein camp by the Syrian regime, two days before being arrested.

Some residents believe that he was arrested due to conflicts between the Security branches and the nominees of "Al Mokhtar" position.

Residents of Al Aedein camp in Homs suffer from great tightening procedures practiced by members of the detachment of the Syrian security, who carries out arrest, inspection, and audit campaigns for the identities of passers-by, as well as they impose royalties on the residents, forcing them to migrate out of the country. It is worth mentioning that the AGPS documented (186) Palestinian prisoners from Al Aedein camp in the Syrian regime's prisons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3320

The Syrian security forces released the Palestinian refugee, Ali Shehada al Shaabi, in his sixties from Al Aedein camp in Homs, originally from Ein Al Zaytoun village in Palestine. He was released after being detained for nearly a month, where he was arrested by the Syrian security forces after he was leaving a state institution in order to obtain a proof that there were no criminal or judicial convictions against him. He was recently selected as a "Mokhtar" – responsible of the neighborhood for the government for certain legal transactions for Al Aedein camp by the Syrian regime, two days before being arrested.

Some residents believe that he was arrested due to conflicts between the Security branches and the nominees of "Al Mokhtar" position.

Residents of Al Aedein camp in Homs suffer from great tightening procedures practiced by members of the detachment of the Syrian security, who carries out arrest, inspection, and audit campaigns for the identities of passers-by, as well as they impose royalties on the residents, forcing them to migrate out of the country. It is worth mentioning that the AGPS documented (186) Palestinian prisoners from Al Aedein camp in the Syrian regime's prisons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3320