المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

More than 25 days after his release | Tahrir al-Sham rearrests “Abu Hussam al-Britani” and others in Idlib countryside

SOHR activists say that members of Haya’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) arrested today the relief worker “Abu Hussam al-Britani” from his place in the town of Atma, north of Idlib, more than 25 days after he was released, following mediation by the elders of the region.

Abu Hussam al-Britani is one of the most prominent figures working in the relief field in northern Syria.

The reason for his arrest is likely to be his advocacy and support for “Abu al-Abd Ashida’a” who is also detained in Tahrir al-Sham prisons.

Meanwhile, HTS members arrested a sharia judge of jihadist faction, on his way to the city of Sarmada, north of Idlib.

Members of Al-Yaqoubiya checkpoint of HTS in the countryside of Jisr al-Shughour, arrested a member of the jihadist factions, without knowing the reasons.

On July 15, HTS released Abu Hussam al-Britani following mediation by the elders of the region, after he was investigated and informed of the charges against him, in order be referred to the court after 15 days.

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