المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SDF and Coalition still completely silent about the fate of thousands of people abducted by ISIS, including the Father Paolo, Bishops John Ibrahim, Paul Yaziji, Sky News journalist, and other journalists

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the finding of a new mass grave in al-Baghuz area on the eastern bank of Euphrates River, where more than 6 bodies were recovered of who were killed in in previous military operations by the International Coalition and Syria Democratic Forces against the “Islamic State” Organization there before the elimination of the organization, and in the same context, the silence remains the master of situation among the International Coalition and the Syria Democratic Forces about the issue of abductees with the Organization, where they still refrain from providing answers about the fate of the abductees, including the father Paolo Dall’Oglio, the Bishops Yohanna Ebrahim and Polos Yaziji, in addition to Abdullah al-Khalil, a British journalist, and other journalists, as well as hundreds of abducted people from Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) and Afrin, in addition to the sons of Deir Ezzor.

The Syrian Observatory published on the 23rd of June 2019 that the International Coalition has completed the 57th month of its involvement in military operations on the Syrian territory which started on the 23rd of September 2014, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights did not document any human losses by the International Coalition in this 57th month, but the International Coalition and although 3 months have passed since the official announcement of the eliminating of the “Islamic State” organization as a dominant force east of Euphrates River; is still remaining silent with the SDF about the issue of the kidnapped people in the organization’s custody without providing any answers neither about the fate of thousands of kidnapped people nor the outcome of the interrogations with thousands of ISIS members who have been detained by the SDF and the International Coalition, where fears are still continued over the lives and fate of the kidnapped people, including the father Paulo Dall’Oglio, Bishop John Ibrahim, Paul Yaziji, Abdullah al-Khalil, a British journalist, Sky News journalist, and other journalists, as well as hundreds of abductees from Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) and Afrin, in addition to the people from Deir Ezzor.

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