The security agencies of the Assad regime persist in their pattern of murdering civilians who have been detained for extended periods. Faraj al-Jamous, a young man, lost his life due to torture while held in the notorious Sednaya military prison. His death followed an arrest that endured for approximately five years.
On Monday, the Civil Registry of the Assad regime in Dara’a city issued a death certificate to al-Jamous’s family, officially confirming his demise while in custody.
According to a local source, al-Jamous was detained five years ago at a regime checkpoint during his journey to Damascus. His family managed to visit him just once, three years ago, during his confinement in the infamous Saydnaya Prison.
The Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC) has emphasized that the relentless actions of the Assad regime’s security services, involving the murder of detainees within their prisons and detention facilities, underscore the failure of all international resolutions to curtail this regime’s insatiable appetite for the blood of the innocent. This dire situation underscores the urgent need for international intervention to safeguard the remaining detainees within Assad regime’s prisons.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)