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Palestinian Family Secretly Held in Syrian Jail for over 6 Years

Published : 24-03-2019

Palestinian Family Secretly Held in Syrian Jail for over 6 Years

Ten members of a Palestinian refugee family, including two children, have been mysteriously held in Syrian jails since June 16, 2013.

AGPS identified the family members as: Mahira Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1964), Hadeel Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1987), Aseel Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1988), Widad Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1990), Razan Mahmoud Amayri (born in 2000), Suheer Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1981), and Maysaa Jamal Idris (born in 1979).

The list also includes Firas Waleed Dasouki (born in 1978) and his children Hamza Firas Dasouki (born in 2011) and Hala Firas Dasouki (born in 2012).

The family members, residents of Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus, were all kidnapped by the Syrian army squads at a checkpoint in Nisreen Street, in AlTadhamun neighborhood.

AGPS kept record of the incarceration of 1,736 Palestinian refugees in Syrian state dungeons, among them 107 women and girls.

AGPS continues to call on the Syrian authorities to disclose the fate of hundreds of Palestinian refugees secretly held behind prison bars. AGPS believes that their enforced disappearance amounts to a crime against humanity.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8473

Ten members of a Palestinian refugee family, including two children, have been mysteriously held in Syrian jails since June 16, 2013.

AGPS identified the family members as: Mahira Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1964), Hadeel Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1987), Aseel Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1988), Widad Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1990), Razan Mahmoud Amayri (born in 2000), Suheer Mahmoud Amayri (born in 1981), and Maysaa Jamal Idris (born in 1979).

The list also includes Firas Waleed Dasouki (born in 1978) and his children Hamza Firas Dasouki (born in 2011) and Hala Firas Dasouki (born in 2012).

The family members, residents of Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus, were all kidnapped by the Syrian army squads at a checkpoint in Nisreen Street, in AlTadhamun neighborhood.

AGPS kept record of the incarceration of 1,736 Palestinian refugees in Syrian state dungeons, among them 107 women and girls.

AGPS continues to call on the Syrian authorities to disclose the fate of hundreds of Palestinian refugees secretly held behind prison bars. AGPS believes that their enforced disappearance amounts to a crime against humanity.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8473