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Press Release: Syrian Intelligence arrrest minor.
Press Release: Syrian Intelligence arrrest minor.
The Arab Organisation for Human Rights in Syria revealed the arrest of Tal Dawser al-Mallouhi a young Arab girl whose only crime was her love for her country.
Tuesday, March 9,2010 21:13

The SHRC media spokesman has commented on the news of the arrest of Miss Tal Dawser al-Mallouhi (Homs, 1991), which was revealed by the Arab Organisation for Human Rights in Syria. The spokesman said that the young lady deserved a badge of honour as opposed to imprisonment.

 “We have read some of this secondary student’s work, including her poetry and writings which is replete with love for her country, Palestine, and the defence which  outmatch anything   said by elders and academics. So how is it that she is punished, treated harshly, and cast into prison with other criminal prisoners? Without doubt, this will be a great shock for her!”

The SHRC spokesman concluded his speech by demanding the  immediate release of this young bright lady, so that she is given the opportunity to sit her exams and illustrate her potential for the good of her country and nation.

Background Information:

On 27/12/2009, the Syrian Intelligence Services summoned the young girl Tal Bint Dawser al-Mallouhi (Homs, 1991) to interrogate her about some articles and poetry she wrote about local and Arab affairs. Thereafter she was arrested and has not returned to her family since, nor do they know her place of detention. Shortly afterwards, intelligence apparatus went to her home and seized her personal computer.

tags: SHRC / Young lady / Syria / Criminal Prisoners / Syrian Intelligence / Release
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