Syria: Day of the Disappeared: Nasser Saber Bondek: case card
Nasser Saber Bondek lives Damascus, though he is originally from al-Suwayda, a predominantly Druze area in southern Syria near the Jordanian border. Members of the Syrian security forces believed to be from Military Intelligence arrived at his home on 17 February 2014 and arrested him. Initially it was not clear where he was taken but a released detainee later claimed to have seen Nasser Saber Bondek at Military Intelligence Branch 227 in Damascus. Since then, no one has seen or heard from him.
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