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Palestinian Refugee Mohamed Yehya Missing for 7th Year

Published : 11-04-2019

Palestinian Refugee Mohamed Yehya Missing for 7th Year

Palestinian refugee Mohamed Eid Husain Yehya, born in 1986, disappeared with his car from Nahr Eisheh in Damascus on February 12, 2012. No data has been revealed so far about his condition and whereabouts. His family continues to appeal for information.

317 Palestinian refugees, including 37 women and girls, have gone missing since the outbreak of the Syrian warfare, AGPS has found out.

Most of those who have disappeared in the country are residents of Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Activists have accused pro-government militias of targeting Palestinians in arbitrary abduction sweeps carried out under the security guise. Scores of families have been blackmailed over the release of their missing relatives. Several other Palestinians have been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian government penitentiaries, according to testimonies by ex-prisoners.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8543

Palestinian refugee Mohamed Eid Husain Yehya, born in 1986, disappeared with his car from Nahr Eisheh in Damascus on February 12, 2012. No data has been revealed so far about his condition and whereabouts. His family continues to appeal for information.

317 Palestinian refugees, including 37 women and girls, have gone missing since the outbreak of the Syrian warfare, AGPS has found out.

Most of those who have disappeared in the country are residents of Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Activists have accused pro-government militias of targeting Palestinians in arbitrary abduction sweeps carried out under the security guise. Scores of families have been blackmailed over the release of their missing relatives. Several other Palestinians have been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian government penitentiaries, according to testimonies by ex-prisoners.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8543