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    Photo: Activist Rihab Allawi victim of Assad's Mass Torture

    Zaman Al Wasl | 2015-03-19 00:00:00
    Photo: Activist Rihab Allawi victim of Assad's Mass Torture
    Zaman Al Wasl photo


    (Zaman Al Wasl- Photo)- Rihab Mohammad Allawi, 24-year-old, ٍSyrian activist and relief worker who was tortured to death in Syrian regime's intelligence services (Branch 215).

    Allawi was born in Deir Ezzor province. She was a civil engineering student before her arrest on January 16 2013 from her house in Harasta suburb near Damascus.

    One of the news of the tragic that an image belongs to Allawi was among exclusive photos obtained by Zaman al-Wasl showing for the first time, women and children among mass torture photos of 11,000 victims who were tortured to death in Syrian security chambers between (2011-2013) according to an International Report published January 2014.

    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. (4,500 of them are women and 9,000 are less than 18).

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





     

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