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SNHR Condemns SDF’s Detention, Fatal Torture of a Child

Languages Available In English عربي   Bashar Mohammad al-Salama, a boy originally from al-Qouriya city in eastern rural Deir Ez-Zour, was arrested in 2017 in Hasaka city,...

SNHR Condemns Syrian Regime Forces Detaining and Forcibly Disappearing Syrian Poet Nasser Bunduq for 10 Years, then Registering Him as Dead in the Civil...

Languages Available In English عربي   Nasser Saber Bunduq, born in 1967, was a Syrian writer and poet, who also worked at the Arab Institution for Media...

SNHR’s Monthly Report on Arbitrary Arrests/Detentions in Syria

No Fewer Than 182 Cases of Arbitrary Arrest Documented in January 2024, Including of Eight Children and Four Women Languages Available In English عربي   Press release: (Download...

Statement of Condemnation: Citizen Ibrahim Kezlou Dies Due to Medical Negligence in An SNA Detention Center

Languages Available In English عربي   Ibrahim Walid Kezlou, a taxi driver from Izaz city in northern rural Aleppo governorate, was arrested in late November 2023 by...

Statement of Condemnation: Political Dissident Abdullah al-Madi Dies in Syrian Regime Detention Center After Almost 12 Years of Detention and Enforced Disappearance

Languages Available In English عربي Abdullah Aani al-Madi, a civil engineer and political activist born in 1957 from al-Qouriya city in eastern rural Deir Ez-Zour governorate,...

At Least 2,317 Arbitrary Arrests/Detentions Documented in 2023, Including of 129 Children and 87 Women, With 232 Documented in December Alone

Syrian Regime Forces Primarily Target Returning IDPs and Refugees, Citizens Expressing Dissent, and Individuals Arrested in Relation to the Conflict Languages Available In English عربي   Press release:...

At Least 221 Arbitrary Arrests/Detentions Documented in November 2023, Including of 19 Children and 14 Women

Thanks to SNHR’s Work, the UNGA’s Latest Resolution, Adopted on November 15, 2023, Acknowledges that the Number of Documented Detainees and Forcibly Disappeared Persons...

Amnesty Decree No. 36 of 2023 Excludes Political Prisoners

The Syrian Regime Has Failed to Release At Least 3,6969 Children and 144 Detainees Aged 70 or Older, Despite Their Inclusion in Previous Amnesty...

At Least 193 Arbitrary Arrests/Detentions Documented in October 2023, Including 13 Children and Four Women

Local Pro-Regime Militias Target & Hunt Down Civilians in the Hopes of Extorting Them Languages Available In English عربي   Press release: (Download the full report below) The Hague...

At Least 204 Arbitrary Arrests/Detentions Documented in September 2023, Including 12 Children and Six Women

More Than Half of All September’s Arrests/Detentions Were Carried Out by Syrian Regime Forces and the SDF, Who Are Both Seeing Continuous Protests in...

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