November 2, 2010 by sks
According to Gemyakurda.net – a well known Kurdish website, and the Media Centre of the Kurdish Yekiti Party in Syria, on Tuesday 2 November 2010 Syrian security forces raided the house of Fouad Aliko in Qamishli and arrested him. He is a former Secretary of the Kurdish Yekiti Party in Syria, a previous Syrian Parliament member, and the current leading member of the party. Lawyers have asked the court for information about the reasons behind his detention.
Previous report regarding Fouad Aliko:
Other leaders of the Kurdish Yekiti Party in Syria have been in detention since December 2009:
Ma’rouf Mulla Ahmed
Their case is due to be heard on 30 November 2010.