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Former detainee says Daesh relatives get 'special care' in Adra Prison

Former detainee says Daesh relatives get 'special care' in Adra Prison

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- In this memo, Aida al-Haj Yousif, a former detainee, reveals how the Syrian regime used to treat Daesh relatives in 'decent' way, in a shocking behavior for the fellow detainees. It is 5 o’clock, time of central prison of Damascus, known as Adra prison, the time...

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When Cells Speak: book documents memos of Syrian detainees

When Cells Speak: book documents memos of Syrian detainees

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The book "When Cells Speak" recounts the stories of 52 martyrs who died under torture in Assad's prisons. Between its pages, the true meaning of the suffering of the martyrs and detainees of the Syrian regime is revealed; they were not merely figures and numbers but they were...

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In Syrian prisons, Mother's Day a chance for more torture

In Syrian prisons, Mother's Day a chance for more torture

(Zaman Al Wasl)- In the third part of Aida al-Haj Yousif’s memos, the former female detainee tells how the Syrian security turned the Mother’s Day into a bitter memory.  Mother’s Day feast has eclipsed itself from Syria ever since the outbreak of the revolution...

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Detainees: despite pregnancy, Wafaa Najib arrested twice

Detainees: despite pregnancy, Wafaa Najib arrested twice

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- The case of Wafa Najib, former Syrian detainee, is similar to the many cases lived in the brutal conditions of prison where basic inalienable human rights are not respected.  Najib got arrested twice, in both cases she was heavily bombarded with...

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