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Palestinian Family Continues to Appeal for Information over Missing Son

Published : 25-01-2019

Palestinian Family Continues to Appeal for Information over Missing Son

The family of the Palestinian refugee Abdul Ghafour Fayez Abu Seyam, born in 1992, have reiterated their appeals to the international human rights institutions, including Amnesty, to work on disclosing the condition and whereabouts of their son.

Abu Seyam was reportedly kidnapped in 2013 by members of Tahrir AlSham Commission (formerly known as the Nusra Front) on his way to Yarmouk Camp. He is affiliated with the pro-government Palestine Liberation Army (PLA).

According to AGPS statistics, over 300 Palestinian refugees have gone missing since the outburst of the Syrian warfare, in 2011, including 38 women and girls. Over half of the missing refugees used to take shelter in Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8219

The family of the Palestinian refugee Abdul Ghafour Fayez Abu Seyam, born in 1992, have reiterated their appeals to the international human rights institutions, including Amnesty, to work on disclosing the condition and whereabouts of their son.

Abu Seyam was reportedly kidnapped in 2013 by members of Tahrir AlSham Commission (formerly known as the Nusra Front) on his way to Yarmouk Camp. He is affiliated with the pro-government Palestine Liberation Army (PLA).

According to AGPS statistics, over 300 Palestinian refugees have gone missing since the outburst of the Syrian warfare, in 2011, including 38 women and girls. Over half of the missing refugees used to take shelter in Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8219