The Axis discusses detainees held by Assad, US Holocaust Museum's work on Syrian human suffering
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The Axis discusses detainees held by Assad, US Holocaust Museum's work on Syrian human suffering

Orient Net
Date: 2019-05-01 08:41
Hayvi Bouzo interviewed Omar Alshogre, the former Syrian prisoner, the survivor of Assad torture and the Human Rights activist. She discussed with him the experiences of detainees held by the Assad regime. Hayvi also interviewed Naomi Kikoler, the Acting Director of Simon-Skiodt Centre for the Prevention of Genocide. She discussed with her the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's work on shedding light on the human suffering in Syria.   

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