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Assad Regime

Tracy Jawad
“I will remember him until he comes back. He’ll see then that I didn’t forget about him, and that the whole world knows who he is.”
OCCRP
This service is likely seen as providing a “safe haven” for those who do not want to join the military and cannot afford to pay the exemption fee, which recently shot up to approximately $8,000.
Ahmad Hajj Hamdo
Hundreds of Syrian refugees in Denmark are seeing their residency permits revoked and being threatened to be sent back to “safe” Damascus. According to human rights organizations, Danish policy clearly violates the 1951 Refugee Convention.
Tracy Jawad
Refugees will continue to face the perils of their journey, chasing a future stolen from them back home.
Diana Moukalled
Survivors of Syrian prisons and families of those still detained or missing launched the Truth and Justice charter. Their message is simple: stop the torture and reveal the fate of the tens of thousands people missing. Aim is to ensure the detainees and missing are not lost in the negotiations over a resolution to the war. Only then the Syrian conflict can ever be truly ended.
Joud Hassan
As much as it’s a painful experience for the witnesses, they felt, for the first time, that a judicial apparatus was interested in hearing their statements, their experience, and the violations they were subjected to … This is the experience of a Syrian journalist, who was also a former detainee, following the trials of two Syrian officers.
Khaled Suleiman
“Depriving residents of water during the Coronavirus outbreak is tantamount to biological warfare waged by Turkish-backed armed groups, against the residents of parts of northeastern Syria.”
Maya El Ammar
The Syrian regime is fully aware that rape, sexual violence, and the harassment of women, as well as men, are all under-reported crimes in Syrian society, and they’ve taken advantage of this culture for decades. Finally, some Syrians have decided to speak up and put an end to these atrocities.
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