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Palestinian Family Appeals for Information over Fate of 4 Missing Relatives

Published : 08-04-2019

Palestinian Family Appeals for Information over Fate of 4 Missing Relatives

The family of four Palestinians who have gone missing for years in Damascus have appealed to the concerned institutions to work on disclosing their conditions and whereabouts.

Activists quoted the family as appealing for urgent action. The four missing relatives are Bilal Adel Saad AlDeen, from Yarmouk Camp, and his son Firas. Both the father and his son disappeared from Damascus in January 2014. Bilal’s second son along with his nephew Nadeem have also gone missing since August 2014.

Over 300 Palestinian refugees, including 38 women and girls, have gone missing since the outbreak of the Syrian warfare. Most of those who have disappeared are reportedly residents of Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Activists continue to lash out at pro-government militias for targeting Palestinians in arbitrary abduction sweeps carried out under the security guise.

Several other Palestinians have been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian government penitentiaries.

The gag orders enforced by the Syrian authorities on the names and whereabouts of forcibly disappeared persons have sparked deep concern over the condition of hundreds of civilians secretly locked up in Syrian state dungeons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8532

The family of four Palestinians who have gone missing for years in Damascus have appealed to the concerned institutions to work on disclosing their conditions and whereabouts.

Activists quoted the family as appealing for urgent action. The four missing relatives are Bilal Adel Saad AlDeen, from Yarmouk Camp, and his son Firas. Both the father and his son disappeared from Damascus in January 2014. Bilal’s second son along with his nephew Nadeem have also gone missing since August 2014.

Over 300 Palestinian refugees, including 38 women and girls, have gone missing since the outbreak of the Syrian warfare. Most of those who have disappeared are reportedly residents of Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Activists continue to lash out at pro-government militias for targeting Palestinians in arbitrary abduction sweeps carried out under the security guise.

Several other Palestinians have been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian government penitentiaries.

The gag orders enforced by the Syrian authorities on the names and whereabouts of forcibly disappeared persons have sparked deep concern over the condition of hundreds of civilians secretly locked up in Syrian state dungeons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8532