HomeMonthly ReportsDetainees and Forcibly Disappeared PersonsNo Less than 542 Arbitrary Arrest Cases were Recorded in February 2015

No Less than 542 Arbitrary Arrest Cases were Recorded in February 2015

Share

542 Arbitrary Arrest

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.

Details
The following table shows the arrest cases that were recorded in February. This is the bare minimum of cases that we were able to record in light of government forces’, extremist groups’, and some of the armed opposition factions’ ban and pursuit of our team.
The Syrian government denies that it executed any kidnapping or arrests when families ask about their beloved ones. We obtain most of our information from former detainees.

full pdf report

Subscribe

Latest Articles

Related articles

The Syrian Regime is Using Provisional Seizure of Assets as An Instrument of Collective Punishment

At Least 817 Civilians Have Been Subject to Mass Provisional Seizure Orders by the Syrian Regime in...

At least 1,236 Arbitrary Detentions, Including of 56 Children and 30 Women, Documented in Syria...

At Least 126 Forcibly Deported Refugees Have been Arrested Since the Start of 2024 Languages Available In English عربي   Press...

429 Civilian Deaths, Including 65 Children and 38 Women, as well as 53 Deaths due...

We Documented 62 Civilians Deaths, Including Eight Children and Four Women as well as 10 Victims Who...

On the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture: SNHR Has Documented the Death...

Languages Available In English عربي   Press release: (Download the full report below) The Hague – The Syrian Network for Human...