Syria: A culture oppressed - the torture and imprisonment of Syrian Kurds
There have been no official investigations into violent events in March 2004, in which at least 30 Kurds were killed, over two thousand arrested, and many reportedly tortured. Syrian Kurds suffer from identity-based discrimination, including severe restrictions on Kurdish language and culture.
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