Assad militiamen torture two Syrians from Sweida to death
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Assad militiamen torture two Syrians from Sweida to death

Orient Net
Date: 2019-09-25 11:21
Two brothers from the city of Sweida were tortured to death at the Assad regime's intelligence centres after one year and a half of the arrest, local sources told Orient Net. 

Raslan Abdul Karim, 39 years old, and Sari Abdulkarim, 33 years old, were from the village of Bard in the south of Sweida, Swieda 24 Facebook page said.  

The two young men were among the Free Syrian Army fighters in Daraa and they handed themselves to the Assad regime, believing the regime propaganda of reconciliation.  

They were detained and sent to Salkhad security centre then to Assad Damascus Palestine Centre. Their relatives did all they could to release them but they did not succeed. 

Assad census department published their names on Monday (September 23) without mentioning the reason behind their deaths.      


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