Syria / Italy: Further Information on Forcible return/Incommunicado detention/fear of torture or ill-treatment
Muhammad Sa'id al-Sakhri is reportedly being held in incommunicado detention at a branch of the military intelligence in Aleppo in Northern Syria. Amnesty International fears that he remains at a high risk of torture and ill-treatment given his alleged former membership of the unauthorized Muslim Brotherhood. Maysun Lababidi and their four children have been released and are staying with relatives in the town of Hama.
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