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Palestinian Medic Mohamed Abu AlNaaj Forcibly Disappeared in Syria

Published : 17-10-2019

Palestinian Medic Mohamed Abu AlNaaj Forcibly Disappeared in Syria

The family of Palestinian doctor Mohamed Omar Abu AlNaaj, born on June 21, 1983 and sheltered in Palestine Street, in Yarmouk Camp, have appealed to the concerned authorities and institutions to work on disclosing the fate of their forcibly disappeared relative.

Mohamed’s family said their son’s fate has gone unidentified since mid-February 2013, while on his way to Lebanon to visit his wife and son.

327 Palestinian refugees, including 38 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.

Medical studies have shown that prisoners who fall prey to enforced disappearance and heavy psycho-physical torture are never the same again once they are released from penal complexes. The upshots of such a dreadful experience are so heavy that the ex-prisoner is very likely to lose his psychological equilibrium and remain traumatized for the rest of his/her lifetime.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9236

The family of Palestinian doctor Mohamed Omar Abu AlNaaj, born on June 21, 1983 and sheltered in Palestine Street, in Yarmouk Camp, have appealed to the concerned authorities and institutions to work on disclosing the fate of their forcibly disappeared relative.

Mohamed’s family said their son’s fate has gone unidentified since mid-February 2013, while on his way to Lebanon to visit his wife and son.

327 Palestinian refugees, including 38 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.

Medical studies have shown that prisoners who fall prey to enforced disappearance and heavy psycho-physical torture are never the same again once they are released from penal complexes. The upshots of such a dreadful experience are so heavy that the ex-prisoner is very likely to lose his psychological equilibrium and remain traumatized for the rest of his/her lifetime.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9236