Victims

October 4, 2018

When Cells Speak: book documents memos of Syrian detainees

Ghada Bakir says that the idea of the book was not born today, but originated since 2011, when Saraqib’s martyr Ahmed Saleh al-Da'as was arrested and killed under torture by regime security in the northwestern province of Idlib

September 27, 2018

A survivor from Assad’s prisons conveys to the world scenes of torture in detention camps through painting

one time we had to move three bodies while on another day we were obliged to remove 13 bodies – they were all prisoners who died under torture during interrogation or illness due to poor health conditions."

September 23, 2018

Aida reveals more torture memo

Diana was not a strong enough of a woman to support her husband, she was merely obedient. She feared the sound of bullets and the sound of the wounded.

September 23, 2018

Former female detainee tells stories of rape, torture in security chambers

My blindfold was put back in place and they continued to drag me to the head of their branch, "Lt. Col. Muhammad al-Miqdad" I knew that from the desk painting I found on his table. We reached the office.

September 11, 2018

“We Didn’t Think It Would Hit Us,” New Report on Attacks on Schools in Syria Calls Attention to Atrocities

Civilians including children make up over 70 percent of these deaths

September 6, 2018

Giyath Matar .. Eight years on the departure of the Ambassador of Roses

He was also known by his friends as "little Gandhi"