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Rights Groups Urge Palestinian Authority President to Launch Immediate Probe into Execution of Khartabil by Syrian Gov’t

Published : 06-08-2017

Rights Groups Urge Palestinian Authority President to Launch Immediate Probe into Execution of Khartabil by Syrian Gov’t

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SN4HR) and the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor sent a letter to the Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday, August 5, 2017, demanding an immediate investigation into the execution of Palestinian engineer Bassil Kharbatil AlSafadi, and hundreds of other Palestinians in Syria.
According to the two groups, under the umbrella of Palestine’s International Criminal Court membership, the PA could investigate and question the Syrian authorities’ actions against the Palestinians of Syria over the past five years.

Since the beginning of the 2011 crisis in Syria, Palestinian refugees have faced serious violations that have escalated over time. “Targeting Palestinians as a separate group has become a goal in itself,” stated a spokesperson for the two London and Geneva-based human rights organizations.

In this context, crimes such the large-scale deliberate killing and targeting of Palestinian civilian neighborhoods and camps, using explosive barrels, arbitrary arrests and torture, which was documented by the two groups, fall within the category of crimes against humanity or war crimes.

The two organizations demanded that the results of the investigation to be submitted to the local Palestinian courts to prosecute those responsible for committing such crimes so as to ensure justice and prevent impunity.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5598

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SN4HR) and the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor sent a letter to the Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday, August 5, 2017, demanding an immediate investigation into the execution of Palestinian engineer Bassil Kharbatil AlSafadi, and hundreds of other Palestinians in Syria.
According to the two groups, under the umbrella of Palestine’s International Criminal Court membership, the PA could investigate and question the Syrian authorities’ actions against the Palestinians of Syria over the past five years.

Since the beginning of the 2011 crisis in Syria, Palestinian refugees have faced serious violations that have escalated over time. “Targeting Palestinians as a separate group has become a goal in itself,” stated a spokesperson for the two London and Geneva-based human rights organizations.

In this context, crimes such the large-scale deliberate killing and targeting of Palestinian civilian neighborhoods and camps, using explosive barrels, arbitrary arrests and torture, which was documented by the two groups, fall within the category of crimes against humanity or war crimes.

The two organizations demanded that the results of the investigation to be submitted to the local Palestinian courts to prosecute those responsible for committing such crimes so as to ensure justice and prevent impunity.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/5598