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3 Palestinian Refugees Arrested by Syrian Security Forces

Published : 26-01-2020

3 Palestinian Refugees Arrested by Syrian Security Forces

Three residents of Khan Eshieh camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, were arreste by the Syrian security forces.

An AGPS reporter said security forces from the Saasaa Branch arrested the three residents who came back to Syria from Lebanon last year.

AGPS has not revealed their names at their families’ request. Their families said they have no criminal convictions.

AGPS documented the secret detention of over 1,760 Palestinian refugees, including women and minors, in Syrian government lock-ups. Some 330 refugees have also gone missing in the country.

Lists of hundreds of forcibly disappeared Palestinian refugees and victims in Syria are available on AGPS website, both in English and Arabic. AGPS supplies a database of their names and the possible times and places of their arrest.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9660

Three residents of Khan Eshieh camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq, were arreste by the Syrian security forces.

An AGPS reporter said security forces from the Saasaa Branch arrested the three residents who came back to Syria from Lebanon last year.

AGPS has not revealed their names at their families’ request. Their families said they have no criminal convictions.

AGPS documented the secret detention of over 1,760 Palestinian refugees, including women and minors, in Syrian government lock-ups. Some 330 refugees have also gone missing in the country.

Lists of hundreds of forcibly disappeared Palestinian refugees and victims in Syria are available on AGPS website, both in English and Arabic. AGPS supplies a database of their names and the possible times and places of their arrest.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9660