The Action Group for the Palestinians of Syria said that it documented 83 Palestinian-Syrians detainees from the Damascus neighborhood of Al-Tadamon with the security apparatuses of the Assad regime, with no information about their fate or and whereabouts.
The London-based monitoring group said that it documented the names of 10 Palestinian-Syrians who went missing in the Al-Tadamon neighborhood, adding that it believes that they were detained or killed at the hands of the regime allied militias.
The Group indicated that the Assad regime’s security and intelligence branches refuse to disclose the names of the Palestinian-Syrian detainees, which makes it almost impossible to know the fate of the detainees, with the exception of some information received from the ex-released detainees.
The Group also documented the death of 643 Palestinian-Syrian detainees under torture in the prisons of the Assad regime.
The Head of the National Commission for the Affairs of Detainees and Missing Persons in the Syrian Opposition Coalition, Salwa Aksoy, said that the Commission has repeatedly called on organizations and the international community to take immediate action to rescue the detainees.
Aksoy called for disclosing the fate of the forcibly disappeared in the dungeons of the Assad regime regardless of their sex, age, and affiliation, who are being subjected to various forms of torture, oppression, and humiliation.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)