Syria's war cultivates a state policy to torture women and children

Syria's war cultivates a state policy to torture women and children

Publisher

MEMO Publishers

Published

January 2014

Language

English

The systematic use of torture in Syria is practiced in the dark. The world is aware of its existence only through anecdotes, reporting that represents the tip of the iceberg.

Detention facilities and prisons across the country are responsible for grave human rights violations including forced disappearances and a range of torture practices. As clashes on the ground and negotiations around the polished tables in Switzerland intensify, so do the opposing forces' cruel practices against detainees in their prisons.

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