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7 Years since Massacre against PLA

Published : 11-07-2019

7 Years since Massacre against PLA

July 10, 2019 marks the seventh anniversary of a massacre perpetrated against the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) by unidentified perpetrators.

On July 10, 2012 anonymous militias kidnapped 16 PLA fighters on their way back from a military site in Misyaf, near Idlib, to AlNeirab Camp in Aleppo. The captives were killed one month later.

The Syrian government held the opposition outfits responsible for the massacre and mobilized forces to chase down opposition affiliates. The opposition firmly denied the accusations.

However, evidence leading to the real perpetrator started to emerge early in 2015 when opposition forces broke into the government’s Criminal Security Branch in Idlib and stumbled upon pictures of a number of detainees reportedly tortured to death by the government troops.

Mutilated cadavers of the PLA fighters Mahmoud Abu AlLeil and Anas Karim appeared among a stock of live snapshots of torture victims. The pictures provided living proofs on the torture tactics and cells where the victims had been made to suffer until their last breath.

Activists said the genocide makes part of a collective punishment tactic aiming to wipe out Palestinians’ presence in Syria.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8883

July 10, 2019 marks the seventh anniversary of a massacre perpetrated against the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) by unidentified perpetrators.

On July 10, 2012 anonymous militias kidnapped 16 PLA fighters on their way back from a military site in Misyaf, near Idlib, to AlNeirab Camp in Aleppo. The captives were killed one month later.

The Syrian government held the opposition outfits responsible for the massacre and mobilized forces to chase down opposition affiliates. The opposition firmly denied the accusations.

However, evidence leading to the real perpetrator started to emerge early in 2015 when opposition forces broke into the government’s Criminal Security Branch in Idlib and stumbled upon pictures of a number of detainees reportedly tortured to death by the government troops.

Mutilated cadavers of the PLA fighters Mahmoud Abu AlLeil and Anas Karim appeared among a stock of live snapshots of torture victims. The pictures provided living proofs on the torture tactics and cells where the victims had been made to suffer until their last breath.

Activists said the genocide makes part of a collective punishment tactic aiming to wipe out Palestinians’ presence in Syria.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8883