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AGPS, PRC Hold Seminar in Geneva to Speak Up for Palestinian Detainees in Syria

Published : 17-09-2018

AGPS, PRC Hold Seminar in Geneva to Speak Up for Palestinian Detainees in Syria

A seminar is expected to be held on Monday by the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC), in partnership with AGPS, on the sidelines of the 39th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

The one-hour seminar, slated to kick off at 02:30 p.m., makes part of underway efforts by AGPS and PRC to spotlight the situation of Palestinians from Syria and the violations they have been made to endure all the way through the seven-year warfare, including arbitrary detention, forced deportation, and fatal torture.

Intensive data will figure in a presentation to be delivered by AGPS Executive Director, Ahmad Husain, about the situation of Palestinians from Syria both inside and outside of the Syrian territories.

Activist Wael AlZahrawi, who had been locked up in Syrian government jails, will also deliver an affidavit about the tragic experience and appalling conditions endured by hundreds of Palestinian detainees in Syrian dungeons.

Executive Director of the Violations Documentation Center in Syria, Youssef Wahba, will also tackle the issue from within the lens of international humanitarian laws.

AGPS documented the death of 3,873 Palestinians from Syria due to war-related incidents and the detention of 1,695 refugees. 556 Palestinians have been tortured to death in Syrian government lock-ups.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7705

A seminar is expected to be held on Monday by the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC), in partnership with AGPS, on the sidelines of the 39th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

The one-hour seminar, slated to kick off at 02:30 p.m., makes part of underway efforts by AGPS and PRC to spotlight the situation of Palestinians from Syria and the violations they have been made to endure all the way through the seven-year warfare, including arbitrary detention, forced deportation, and fatal torture.

Intensive data will figure in a presentation to be delivered by AGPS Executive Director, Ahmad Husain, about the situation of Palestinians from Syria both inside and outside of the Syrian territories.

Activist Wael AlZahrawi, who had been locked up in Syrian government jails, will also deliver an affidavit about the tragic experience and appalling conditions endured by hundreds of Palestinian detainees in Syrian dungeons.

Executive Director of the Violations Documentation Center in Syria, Youssef Wahba, will also tackle the issue from within the lens of international humanitarian laws.

AGPS documented the death of 3,873 Palestinians from Syria due to war-related incidents and the detention of 1,695 refugees. 556 Palestinians have been tortured to death in Syrian government lock-ups.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7705