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On the Eve of the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, AGPS Documents 1100 Enforced Disappearance cases and 449 Palestinians died due to Torture in the Syrian Prisons

Published : 31-08-2016

On the Eve of the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, AGPS Documents 1100 Enforced Disappearance cases and 449 Palestinians died due to Torture in the Syrian Prisons

On the eve of the International Victims of Enforced Disappearance 30 August, AGPS documentation and monitoring team announced that 449 Palestinian refugees died due to torture in the Syrian prisons including women and old men.

The team insured that AGPS statistics refer to 1100 Palestinian detainees in the Syrian prisons, who AGPS was able to document. It is expected that the number of the detainees and torture victims more than what has been declared due to the absence of the official statistics of the Syrian Regime in addition to the fear of some detainees and victims’ families to announce the appearance, fearing from the reaction of the Syrian Security.

AGPS renewed its demand from the Syrian Regime to release and disclose the status of hundreds of Palestinian detainees, who were considered as unknown fate. It insured that what is happening in the Syrian Detention against the Palestinians is considered as a war crime in all measures.

In the same context, AGPS issued many reports about enforced disappearance such as Enforced Disappearance No. 1, Enforced Disappearance No. 2, and Picture Massacre, which discussed the details of the Palestinian refugees who died due to torture or enforced disappearance in the margin of the bloody conflict between the Regime and the Opposition.

AGPS referred that it documented direct detention cases of Palestinians through checkpoints by the Regular Army inside the Syrian villages and cities or through the random arrest campaigns and after the detention; it is difficult to know the fate of the detainee. In some cases, the Syrian regime calls the family of the detainee to receive the dead body of the detainee from one of the military or government hospitals.   

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3838

On the eve of the International Victims of Enforced Disappearance 30 August, AGPS documentation and monitoring team announced that 449 Palestinian refugees died due to torture in the Syrian prisons including women and old men.

The team insured that AGPS statistics refer to 1100 Palestinian detainees in the Syrian prisons, who AGPS was able to document. It is expected that the number of the detainees and torture victims more than what has been declared due to the absence of the official statistics of the Syrian Regime in addition to the fear of some detainees and victims’ families to announce the appearance, fearing from the reaction of the Syrian Security.

AGPS renewed its demand from the Syrian Regime to release and disclose the status of hundreds of Palestinian detainees, who were considered as unknown fate. It insured that what is happening in the Syrian Detention against the Palestinians is considered as a war crime in all measures.

In the same context, AGPS issued many reports about enforced disappearance such as Enforced Disappearance No. 1, Enforced Disappearance No. 2, and Picture Massacre, which discussed the details of the Palestinian refugees who died due to torture or enforced disappearance in the margin of the bloody conflict between the Regime and the Opposition.

AGPS referred that it documented direct detention cases of Palestinians through checkpoints by the Regular Army inside the Syrian villages and cities or through the random arrest campaigns and after the detention; it is difficult to know the fate of the detainee. In some cases, the Syrian regime calls the family of the detainee to receive the dead body of the detainee from one of the military or government hospitals.   

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3838