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Palestinian Family Forcibly Disappeared in Syrian Jails for 6th Year

Published : 17-11-2019

Palestinian Family Forcibly Disappeared in Syrian Jails for 6th Year

Alarm bells have been sounded over the unknown fate of several Palestinian refugee families who have been kidnapped by the Syrian regime troops.

The list of missing families includes the Mouloud Khaled Al-Abdullah’s family, kidnapped on July 27, 2013 at a regime checkpoint in Nisreen Street, in the nearby Al-Tadhamun neighborhood.

The family’s 73-year-old father, Mouloud Khalid Al-Abdullah, has been diagnosed with cardiovascular diseases while the mother, Dheiba, 65, is a diabetic. Al-Abdullah family members Ilham, 48, Anaam, 33, Yasmeen, 39, along with the latter’s six-year-old kid Ubada, have all gone missing so far.

Unverified reports said the family is being held captive by pro-regime abettors in Al-Tadhamun quarter. Others said the Al-Abdullah family members are locked up in a regime penitentiary in Damascus. The family’s actual fate remains, however, mysterious.

According to AGPS data, 1,768 Palestinians, including 108 women, are incarcerated in regime jails. 452 Palestinian refugees were, meanwhile, tortured to death in those penal complexes. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9358

Alarm bells have been sounded over the unknown fate of several Palestinian refugee families who have been kidnapped by the Syrian regime troops.

The list of missing families includes the Mouloud Khaled Al-Abdullah’s family, kidnapped on July 27, 2013 at a regime checkpoint in Nisreen Street, in the nearby Al-Tadhamun neighborhood.

The family’s 73-year-old father, Mouloud Khalid Al-Abdullah, has been diagnosed with cardiovascular diseases while the mother, Dheiba, 65, is a diabetic. Al-Abdullah family members Ilham, 48, Anaam, 33, Yasmeen, 39, along with the latter’s six-year-old kid Ubada, have all gone missing so far.

Unverified reports said the family is being held captive by pro-regime abettors in Al-Tadhamun quarter. Others said the Al-Abdullah family members are locked up in a regime penitentiary in Damascus. The family’s actual fate remains, however, mysterious.

According to AGPS data, 1,768 Palestinians, including 108 women, are incarcerated in regime jails. 452 Palestinian refugees were, meanwhile, tortured to death in those penal complexes. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9358