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Detainees profile: Ma'ad Al Najras

DETAINEES | 2019-03-10 21:00:00
Detainees profile: Ma'ad Al Najras
   Ma'ad al-Najras
In August 2014, Ma'ad al-Najras was on his way for his last exam in Law school in eastern Deir Ezzor city, but he arrested by the military intelligence. 

Then, his name appeared on the list that was published by Zaman al-Wasl of 8,000 people died under torture in the regime’s prisons. 

The private data indicated that he was from the city of Al-Asharah in the province of Deir Ezzor, and he died due to arrest and torture.

His sister Amna al-Najras told Zaman Al Wasl that her father Faysal Al Najras was a former member in the Syrian Parliament and senior tribal figure.

Amna said that her brother (1991-2015) was on his way to school, then he arrested by the military security elements, following to a denunciation from his city, and when he arrived at the Panorama checkpoint, he was surprised that ISIS had closed the road, so he returned to the river crossing. 

Next, he was arrested and taken to the military security branch in Deir Ezzor, which under the responsibility of the Colonel Mazen Kenj.

A military who knew about the Maad family reported that Kenj asked to investigate with him in his office and began to insult him, but Maad spit out his face because he know that Kenj is one of the regime's senior criminals. 
Amna added that her brother was severely tortured, then being placed in solitary confinement. Her brother was accused of raping, killing many Alawite and the delivery of American support to the terrorists. 

Weeks later, Maad was transferred to the Air Intelligence Branch, and then to the Palestine branch in Damascus. Next, his family didn’t get his news anymore. 

Amna said that her paid large amounts of money in order to release him, but in vain because Kenj refused to release him.
In October 2015, the regime told her family that he died, in less than a year after his arrest.

Some detainees who were with him, confirmed that he was with them in the dormitory and was taken by the prison officers.

A detainee from the city of Hama told a family member that Maad was detained with him in the same dormitory in Saydnaya prison, but they took him to an unknown destination. 

A year after his arrest, his family was informed that he died, and they give his things and identity to his brother in Damascus without handing over his body.

A friend of the martyr, who preferred not to be named, told Zaman al-Wasl that the Maad was against the regime since the beginning of the revolution, but he was not armed. 

A source revealed that he had taken Maad’s clothes from the military security branch in Deir Ezzor, and his clothes were mixed with meat from his tortured body.

Zaman Al Wasl
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