Arrest campaigns for the forced recruitment of Palestinians from #Syria

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 23 April, 2017

ElDorar AlShamia:

Over the past two days, Assad's forces have carried out a large-scale arbitrary arrest campaign in various parts of Syria controlled by the Assad regime in order to forcibly recruit young people for the army to engage in battles against the revolutionary factions.

The Action Group for Palestinians in Syria, which is interested in following up the situation of Palestinian refugees, confirmed that the campaign targeted young people by raiding houses and deploying checkpoints of the security branches where a number of young men and a woman was arrested in Daraa two days ago.

The Syrian regime and its security forces are holding 1,187 Palestinians, including 87 women, most of whose fate are so far unknown. The regime refuses to disclose their detention places or their health either.

The Palestinian Group published statistics that said that the number of Palestinian victims documented since the start of the war in Syria so far reached 3,483, including 455 women. The Assad regime has been besieging Yarmouk camp for the 1374th day, while preventing the people of the camp to return to their homes .