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أخر تحديث: 19/01/2015  -  11:06:50 AM
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Jamal Sadoun remains in detention in Syria – others are released
الجمعة 22/01/2010
January 22, 2010 by sks  
Filed under News, Syria
 

The individual military judge in Qamishli released three more of the musicians who had been arrested on 3 October 2009 in Deyrik for playing Kurdish songs for which they were then tortured and assaulted. The three are:

  • Nihad Hussain.
  • Djawar Munir Abdullah,
  • Juan Munir Abdullah,

Jamal Sadoun Sadly, Jamal Sadoun remains in detention.

The Kurdish organization for the defence of human rights and public freedoms in Syria –  DAD demands that Syria stops the practice of torturing  detainees by physical and emotional abuse.

See previous reports:

http://supportkurds.org/news/reports/yasa-report-october-2009/

http://supportkurds.org/news/trials-process-for-kurdish-activists-in-syria/

http://www.freemuse.org/sw36249.asp

 

also:

On 19 January 2010, the individual military judge in Qamishli released Bahjit Ibrahim who had been accused of membership  of a banned political association and was arrested on 20 october 2009.

Human Rights Organisation in Syria – MAF welcomes Bahjit Ibrahim’s release, and demand the release of all political prisoners in Syria.

Previous reports concerning Bahjat Ibrahim:

http://supportkurds.org/reports/yasa-report-october-2009/

http://supportkurds.org/news/trials-process-for-kurdish-activists-in-syria/

22 January 2010
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Co-Chair: International Support Kurds in Syria Association [SKS]

Web: www.supportkurds.org

Email: info@supportkurds.org

Email: sksassociation@yahoo.co.uk  

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