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Family of Forcibly-Disappeared Palestinian Refugee in Syria Appeals for Information

Published : 16-11-2021

Family of Forcibly-Disappeared Palestinian Refugee in Syria Appeals for Information

The family of Palestinian refugee Hani Saleh Akleh continues to appeal for information about their relative’s condition and whereabouts.

Hani has been secretly held in Syrian government prisons for the ninth consecutive year. 

The family called on ex-prisoners in Syria who have met Marwan or have pieces of information about his current condition to reach out to AGPS.

Hani was born in 1976 and raised in AlSayeda Zeinab camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq. He is the father of five children and worked as a driver with the local Municipality in Hjeira town.

He was arrested at the Qaws checkpoint on October 25, 2012 after a masked collaborator dragged him out of a bus passing through the area.

The family reached out to the Syrian Presidency, Prime Minister, justice and defense ministers, and Damascus governor as they fruitlessly sought to find information about Hani.

AGPS has documented the secret detention of 1,797 Palestinian refugees in state-run penal complexes across war-torn Syria, among them 110 women and girls.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12463

The family of Palestinian refugee Hani Saleh Akleh continues to appeal for information about their relative’s condition and whereabouts.

Hani has been secretly held in Syrian government prisons for the ninth consecutive year. 

The family called on ex-prisoners in Syria who have met Marwan or have pieces of information about his current condition to reach out to AGPS.

Hani was born in 1976 and raised in AlSayeda Zeinab camp for Palestinian refugees, in Rif Dimashq. He is the father of five children and worked as a driver with the local Municipality in Hjeira town.

He was arrested at the Qaws checkpoint on October 25, 2012 after a masked collaborator dragged him out of a bus passing through the area.

The family reached out to the Syrian Presidency, Prime Minister, justice and defense ministers, and Damascus governor as they fruitlessly sought to find information about Hani.

AGPS has documented the secret detention of 1,797 Palestinian refugees in state-run penal complexes across war-torn Syria, among them 110 women and girls.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12463