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PLA Conscript Arrested by Syrian Security Forces

Published : 14-06-2019

PLA Conscript Arrested by Syrian Security Forces

A conscript identified as Ahmad Hasan, from the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA), affiliated with the Syrian government, was arrested in Jamala village, in Yarmouk Basin, in Daraa’s northwestern suburbs.

Palestinian refugees who joined the PLA in Syria have been enduring serious crackdowns and abuses.

According to informed sources, a number of Palestinian youths have been summoned to questioning by government officers and subjected to psycho-physical torture to force confession.

The recruits also said they have been forced to carry out exhausting personal chores for government officers against their will and under threat of punishment. Even those who have had their security files worked out have been involved in forced labor.

The Syrian government forces continue to drag Palestinian refugees to mandatory military conscription, forcing dozens to become internally displaced and dozens more to seek refuge in other countries.

Shortly after the outburst of the deadly warfare, the Syrian government forced Palestinian refugees aged 18 and above to join affiliated militias for periods of at least one year and a half.

Those who refuse conscription are subjected to crackdowns, abductions and even executions. As a result, thousands fled the tension-stricken country in the hunt for a safer shelter.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8767

A conscript identified as Ahmad Hasan, from the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA), affiliated with the Syrian government, was arrested in Jamala village, in Yarmouk Basin, in Daraa’s northwestern suburbs.

Palestinian refugees who joined the PLA in Syria have been enduring serious crackdowns and abuses.

According to informed sources, a number of Palestinian youths have been summoned to questioning by government officers and subjected to psycho-physical torture to force confession.

The recruits also said they have been forced to carry out exhausting personal chores for government officers against their will and under threat of punishment. Even those who have had their security files worked out have been involved in forced labor.

The Syrian government forces continue to drag Palestinian refugees to mandatory military conscription, forcing dozens to become internally displaced and dozens more to seek refuge in other countries.

Shortly after the outburst of the deadly warfare, the Syrian government forced Palestinian refugees aged 18 and above to join affiliated militias for periods of at least one year and a half.

Those who refuse conscription are subjected to crackdowns, abductions and even executions. As a result, thousands fled the tension-stricken country in the hunt for a safer shelter.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8767