September 25, 2010 by sks
According to Kurdish Organization for Defending Human Rights and Public Freedoms in Syria – DAD, four citizens of Amuda were told to report to the State Security Branch in Qamishli city at 9.30am on Tuesday 14 September 2010. They have since not been seen, and no-one knows where they are, if there is a warrant for their arrests, or why they are being detained.
Those who have disappeared are:
1 – Luqman Hussein Ibrahim.
2 – Salah Saeed Sheikhmous.
3 – Abdul Ghafoor Hussein Hussein.
4 – Saad Furman al-Hassan.
Kurdish Organization for Defending Human Rights and Public Freedoms in Syria –DAD condemns and strongly denounces the arrest of these four citizens and expresses deep concern over their fate. They call on the authorities to stop the arbitrary arrests that take place outside the law. These arrests constitute a flagrant violation of fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Permanent Syrian Constitution from 1973, and call for the lifting of the State of Emergency and martial law that was declared in the country in 1963.