At least 252 Palestinian refugees from Yarmouk refugee camp, south of Damascus, have been forcibly disappeared in the Syrian regime prisons since the conflict erupted 10 years ago, monitoring group said Saturday.
The Action Group for Palestinians of Syria said 25 women were forcibly disappeared by the Syrian security.
The Syrian security and intelligence services keep the names of the Palestinian detainees secret, which makes knowing the fate of the detainees almost impossible, with the exception of some information received from the released that is obtained from time to time, the Britain-based monitoring
said in a statement.
According to AGPS, at least 620 Palestinian refugees were killed of torture in the Syrian security chambers.
Syria's war has killed more than 400,000 people and displaced millions since starting in 2011 with the brutal suppression of anti-regime protests.