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107 Palestinian Women Secretly Jailed in War-Torn Syria

Published : 18-04-2019

107 Palestinian Women Secretly Jailed in War-Torn Syria

Dozens of Palestinian women and girls have been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian government dungeons, where scores of others died as a result of torture.

AGPS kept account of the secret detention of 107 Palestinian women and girls sheltered in refugee camps across the embattled Syrian territories. The list includes 42 refugees from Rif Dimashq, 24 from Damascus, 12 from Homs, four from Daraa, two from Latakia, one woman from Hama, another from Aleppo, and two others from Lebanon. Another 36 women were kidnapped from various locations across Syria.

AGPS has frequently sounded the alarm over the violations perpetrated against Palestinian women in war-torn Syria, most notable among these are arrests, abductions, executions, body disfigurement, sniper attacks, sexual abuse, enforced deportation, and denial of the right to a fair trial, among other violations that flagrantly breach international laws and treaties.

AGPS reiterates its calls to all warring parties in Syria to release all female refugees and disclose the fate of those secretly held in state dungeons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8575

Dozens of Palestinian women and girls have been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian government dungeons, where scores of others died as a result of torture.

AGPS kept account of the secret detention of 107 Palestinian women and girls sheltered in refugee camps across the embattled Syrian territories. The list includes 42 refugees from Rif Dimashq, 24 from Damascus, 12 from Homs, four from Daraa, two from Latakia, one woman from Hama, another from Aleppo, and two others from Lebanon. Another 36 women were kidnapped from various locations across Syria.

AGPS has frequently sounded the alarm over the violations perpetrated against Palestinian women in war-torn Syria, most notable among these are arrests, abductions, executions, body disfigurement, sniper attacks, sexual abuse, enforced deportation, and denial of the right to a fair trial, among other violations that flagrantly breach international laws and treaties.

AGPS reiterates its calls to all warring parties in Syria to release all female refugees and disclose the fate of those secretly held in state dungeons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8575