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Condemnation of Sentencing a journalist in Syria to 15 years by Military Court

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Government forces arrested the journalist Bilal Ahmad Bilal, graduated from Faculty of Media since July 2011. He was born in 1984 and a father of two children.
 
He was exposing to severe torture inside the Air Intelligence branch in a systematic policy of the Syrian government to silence people and completely blackout the violation by government forces.
The journalist worked to pro-government channel but it did not follow its case or at least asked about him.
After his release from the Air Intelligence branch he was pushing in Sednaya prison, since then his fate is still unknown.
 
SNHR received information, from a lawyer whom we connect with, that he was sentenced to 15 years in a secret military trial.

 

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