Regime's cellars continue to claim lives of the Syrians: a young man from al-Jiza is killed a year after his arrest despite his settlement of situation • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Regime’s cellars continue to claim lives of the Syrians: a young man from al-Jiza is killed a year after his arrest despite his settlement of situation

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented today the death of Mohammed Mahmoud -who is a young man from Daraa province- inside the torture cellars and prisons of the Syrian regime, after more than one year of detention, reliable sources told the Observatory that the arrest of the young man “Mohammed” came despite his possession of the settlement card, where he was arrested from inside the hotel where he was staying in “Damascus” following his reconciliation, and the sources said: “there were mediations and all those responsible for the reconciliation process at home and abroad were contacted, but we receive any help regarding his release, he was visited in Sednaya prison then we learned that he had been liquidated by the regime forces inside the torture cellars.”

The sources said that there are still many detainees inside basements of the regime, and many died as a result of the torture they were subjected to at the hands of the regime, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented on the 20th of October 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented today, the death of a young man from Kafr Zita in the northern countryside of Hama, under torture in the Syrian regime’s basements, after about 4 years of detention, and with the death of more people a day after another, the SOHR’s statistics indicate the rise of the number of casualties who were killed under torture by the regime to 16127 civilians casualties by names, they are: 15938 men and young men, 125 children under the age of eighteen, and 64 women over the age of eighteen out of 104000 people of whom the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that they were killed inside the branches.

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