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Arresting Number of Doctors and Relief Personnel by Government Forces


Arresting Number of Doctors and Relief Personnel by Government Forces

Simultaneously with the increasing rates of killing and destruction by government forces, the security and intelligence bodies is continuing its violations of human rights on a daily basis in all of its form including the arrest of doctors and aid personnel whose only crime was alleviating the suffering of the injured and displaced persons and saving them under the constant bombardment on all Syrian governments.
SNHR fears for the fate of Dr. Ghannam Arslan, and fears that he is subjected to torture and ill-treatment after he was arrested illegally by a patrol affiliated to the State Security branch in Homs city on 26/11/2012.
Dr. Ghannam Waleid Arslan, born in Homs 1975.
Has medicine certification in Damascus University 1987.
Has master degree (high studies) of skin diseases in Damascus University 2000.
The manager of Al Ber association hospital and social services, 1994-2003.
The general director of the hospital since 2003.
Has diploma in hospital administration from the administration Studies Institute 2006.
The skin magazine’s editor that issued by Syrian Arab Association for dermatology 2007.
Former teacher at the University Hospitals affiliated to medicine school in Damascus university.

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