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HomeMonthly ReportsDetainees and Forcibly Disappeared Persons322 Arbitrary Arrest Cases were Recorded during December 2014

322 Arbitrary Arrest Cases were Recorded during December 2014

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225 Arbitrary Arrest

First: Introduction
The details of any prisoner can be found by using the search engine on our websites. Also, the names and details of any prisoner can be submitted into our website. Our teams will add it to our archives once it is verified.

Second: Details
The following table shows the number of arrests that we recorded during the month of December. It should be noted that this the minimum number of arrests we were able to document in light of the ban and pursuit of our teams by government forces, extremist groups, and some of the armed opposition factions.
The Syrian government denies carrying out any kidnapping or arrest operations when it asked by prisoners’ families. SNHR collects information about detainees from former detainees.

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