Syria: Health concern / prisoner of conscience: Faraj Ahmad Birqdar

Syria: Health concern / prisoner of conscience: Faraj Ahmad Birqdar

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Index Number: MDE 24/009/1995
Date Published: 7 November 1995
Categories: Middle East And North Africa, Syria

Faraj Ahmad Birqdar, a long-term prisoner of conscience, is reportedly being denied adequate medical care for serious injuries sustained as a result of torture in pre-trial incommunicado detention. He was arrested in 1987 and held incommunicado for almost seven years before being sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment by a Supreme State Security Court (SSSC). AI believes that SSSC procedures fall far short of international standards for fair trial.


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