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    54 Photos of Syria Mass Torture

    Zaman Al Wasl | 2015-04-12 00:00:00
    54 Photos of Syria Mass Torture


    In cooperation with the Syrian Association for the Missing and Prisoners of Conscience, Zaman al-Wasl has published 54 photos of mass torture for Syrian detainees that were a part of photos smuggled out of Syria by a former Syrian military police photographer mid 2013.

    The atrocious photos of mass torture had been taken between 2011 and mid 2013 in the well-known 601 military hospital in Mezzah neighborhood of Damascus.

    In mid 2013, 55,000 photos smuggled out of Syria by a former Syrian military police photographer gave a glimpse of some of the abuses being committed in Syrian jails.

    The digital images of 11,000 dead detainees showed emaciated bodies and the defector, identified only as Ceasar, described seeing corpses with "deep wounds and burns and strangulations.
     
    More than 220,000 people have been killed in Syria since the revolt against Bashar al-Assad began in March 2011, the United Nations says. 

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

    #SyriaMassTorture #AssadHolocaust

    To view the photos Click HERE

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