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6 FSA fighters with 2-month-old hunger strike demand release from SDF prison

DETAINEES | 2017-10-28 02:57:26
6 FSA fighters with 2-month-old hunger strike demand release from SDF prison
(Zaman Al Wasl)- Despite the two-month-old hunger strike, the release date of 6 Free Syrian Army prisoners held by the US-backed militias in Raqqa since a year still unknown.

Activist Abdulaziz al-Mutlaq told Zaman al-Wasl the detained fighters, five of them are family members, were arrested by the Syrian Democratic forces that claimed they had links with Turkey.

The fate of dozens who arbitrarily arrested by the Islamic State and SDF in Raqqa remains unknown even after the city liberation on October 21. 

Raqqa-based activists have accused the YPG-led Kurdish forces of committing the same abuses, ISIS used to do, by eliminating Arab allies. 

Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently, prominent local monitoring tracks Syrian war, has launched a campaign seeking the fate of civilians and activists detained by the Islamic State after the liberation of once ISIS de facto capital.

The campaign managers published identification cards for the different activists which show information about the activities they were engaged in, the kidnapping party, the location they were kidnapped from, the date and time. 

Most of the activists were kidnapped as a form of arrest and charged with working against the Islamic State in general and influencing the public. Issa added that many of these activists are also wanted by the Syrian regime. 


 


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