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Bodies of 5 brothers identified among mass torture photos

DETAINEES | 2015-03-31 00:00:00
Bodies of 5 brothers identified among mass torture photos

Syrian activists said bodies of 5 brothers from southern province of Daraa were identified by leaked mass torture photos.

Jihad, Mohamed, Ahmed, Ridha and khaled Younes Sorour were arrested by Syrian regime forces on August 6 2012. The sixth brother, Mahmoud, was summarily executed in the same day in front of his family in Ma'rabah village in Daraa countryside.

The atrocious photos of mass torture by Syrian security had been taken in the well-known 601 military hospital in Mezzah neighborhood of Damascus. The photos showed hundreds of lifeless bodies with signs of starvation, brutal beatings, strangulation and other forms of torture and killing.


 “Crime of The Century’ photos are linked to war crime report made last year by a team of internationally recognized war crimes prosecutors and forensic experts.

The Syrian Network for Human Rights, in report issued last September, said at least 215,000 people were arrested by Syrian security since the revolution erupted in March 2011. (4500 of them are women and 9,000 are less than 18).

According to the report, 2630 detainees were tortured to death and 70,000 cases documented as enforced disappearance.

Meanwhile, at least 220,000 people have been killed in Syria's conflict; more than double the figure documented a year ago and probably still an under-estimate, according to the United Nations.

Zaman al-Wasl deliberately insists to show victims' faces, so their families and relatives can recognize them.

#SyriaMassTorture #AssadHolocaust #WithSyria #WhatDoesItTake


Zaman Al Wasl
 

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