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Remembering Palestinian Artist Abu AlRuz Fatally Tortured in Syrian Jail … One Year On

Published : 17-09-2019

Remembering Palestinian Artist Abu AlRuz Fatally Tortured in Syrian Jail … One Year On

Monday, September 16, marks the first anniversary of the death of Palestinian artist Mohamed Deib Mahmoud Abu AlRuz, nicknamed Abu Ram, who was fatally tortured in Syrian government dungeons.

Abu AlRuz, the maestro of the Bisan musical band and a member of Fidaa Association, was arrested in 2013 at the Batikha checkpoint on his way out of Yarmouk Camp. He was a resident of AlHajar AlAswad area. He was born in 1967.

According to AGPS data, over 550 Palestinian refugees were tortured to death in Syrian government prisons, where more than 1,700 others have also been secretly held. Several causalities were identified through live snapshots leaked from Syrian penal complexes.

Upon more than once occasion, AGPS has called on the Syrian government to disclose the fate of hundreds of Palestinians forcibly disappeared in state-run dungeons.

AGPS believes that the arbitrary internment and fatal torture of Palestinian refugees in war-torn Syria amount to war crimes.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9103

Monday, September 16, marks the first anniversary of the death of Palestinian artist Mohamed Deib Mahmoud Abu AlRuz, nicknamed Abu Ram, who was fatally tortured in Syrian government dungeons.

Abu AlRuz, the maestro of the Bisan musical band and a member of Fidaa Association, was arrested in 2013 at the Batikha checkpoint on his way out of Yarmouk Camp. He was a resident of AlHajar AlAswad area. He was born in 1967.

According to AGPS data, over 550 Palestinian refugees were tortured to death in Syrian government prisons, where more than 1,700 others have also been secretly held. Several causalities were identified through live snapshots leaked from Syrian penal complexes.

Upon more than once occasion, AGPS has called on the Syrian government to disclose the fate of hundreds of Palestinians forcibly disappeared in state-run dungeons.

AGPS believes that the arbitrary internment and fatal torture of Palestinian refugees in war-torn Syria amount to war crimes.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9103