fbpx
HomeJoint StatementsDetainees StatementsArresting Doctors has become Systematic Phenomenon that strongly violates International Humanitarian Laws…

Arresting Doctors has become Systematic Phenomenon that strongly violates International Humanitarian Laws…

Share

The Arrest of Dr. Bashar Frhat.

SNHR

While several Syrian cities and villages are shown on Arab and foreign media as they are being destroyed and damaged by Syrian government which is still practicing its oppressive methods to silence people and arrest the elite in civilian citizens in addition to forcibly-disappear many of them. The case of Dr. Bashar presents a worrying example for such cases.
 
Dr. Bashar Frhat is a 28-year-old, from Jericho city which is administrate affiliated to Idlib governorate in northwest Syria on the crossroad between Latakia and Aleppo. The military security forces arrested him from the National Hospital in Latakia city where he continues his study in pediatrics on Thursday 26/July/2012, and took him to Military Security branch which is located in the first project near Al Rawda mosque.
 

View full Statement

Available In

Subscribe

Latest Articles

Related articles

Boy Malik Anas Da’oudiya Killed by Syrian Regime Forces

Languages Available In English عربي   The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) has notified the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial,...

SNHR and ECCHR Hold a Launch Event for their Joint Report on the Achievements and...

Languages Available In English عربي   The Hague – The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) Thursday, May 16, 2024, the...

Joint Letter from Syrian Civil Society Organisations and Victims’ Groups: Request Arabic interpretation during the...

Languages Available In English عربي   We, the undersigned Syrian civil society organisations (CSOs) and victims’ groups, formally request that...

Lebanon: Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees at imminent risk of deportation

Lebanon should immediately halt forced deportations of Syrian refugees and reverse a set of unprecedented and draconian...