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Facebook Suspends Palestine Liberation Army Page

Published : 13-09-2019

Facebook Suspends Palestine Liberation Army Page

Facebook suspended the page of the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) in Syria at a time when the group has been celebrating its 55th founding anniversary.

The page posts the latest developments regarding military operations and attacks targeting opposition sites in war-torn Syria. Calls for military conscription with pro-government battalions are also circulated on the page.

AGPS found out that 277 Palestinian refugees fighting alongside PLA forces were pronounced dead since the outbreak of the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic.

15 PLA members were pronounced dead after they broke away from the battalion. Several others were tortured to death in Syrian government jails. 17 members have been forcibly disappeared since 2011.

Scores of Palestinian youths have been forced to join the PLA. Those who refuse forced conscription are often subjected to manhunt and imprisonment. Thousands of young men have fled the country in the hunt for a safer shelter.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9088

Facebook suspended the page of the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) in Syria at a time when the group has been celebrating its 55th founding anniversary.

The page posts the latest developments regarding military operations and attacks targeting opposition sites in war-torn Syria. Calls for military conscription with pro-government battalions are also circulated on the page.

AGPS found out that 277 Palestinian refugees fighting alongside PLA forces were pronounced dead since the outbreak of the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic.

15 PLA members were pronounced dead after they broke away from the battalion. Several others were tortured to death in Syrian government jails. 17 members have been forcibly disappeared since 2011.

Scores of Palestinian youths have been forced to join the PLA. Those who refuse forced conscription are often subjected to manhunt and imprisonment. Thousands of young men have fled the country in the hunt for a safer shelter.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9088