Syria: Legal concern / health concern / fear of torture: Abdalla Ahmad Muhammad
Abdallah Ahmad Muhammad, an Iraqi Kurd, was reportedly arrested on 22 August 1999 on his arrival in Syria from Sweden. He has since been detained incommunicado, and Amnesty International fears that he may be tortured and ill-treated. He suffers from chronic heart and kidney problems, and needs regular medication.
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