The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Following footsteps of regime forces | HTS executes six detainees in Idlib

Idlib province: SOHR sources have reported that HTS executed six members of factions, after three years of their arrest for “oppositing to Al-Julani and belonging to ISIS”.
Similarly, a detained from Bansh city in Idlib countryside was executed ,away from the media, after three years of his detention for “belonging to ISIS.”
The detainees experience various forms of torture, harsh treatment, and illegal deprivation of freedom, including enforced disappearance in prisons, despite repeated attempts by their families to search for them.

Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham is still carrying out the death penalty against those found guilty of working for a party it considers hostile to it, in addition to those who have been proven to be involved in killings and bombings in areas of its influence, according to its claims, while the courts are conducting investigations regarding charges of working far from the media in their dark rooms.

On March 11, SOHR sources reported that adetainee was killed under torture in “HTS” prisons, after a detention that lasted two and a half years. According to SOHR activists, the detainee was a soldier on the lines of contact with regime areas, and hailed from Hama city, where he was arrested on charges of spying and logging by the General Security Service of “HTS”.
While the security authorities informed his family that he died three months ago, and had been buried in a mass grave, without handing over the body to his family.