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Syria: SNHR Reports Significant Violations In 2015

SNHR: .The Most Significant Human Rights Violations in Syria during 2015

The Syrian Network for Human Rights publishes an annual Human Rights Report compiled from reliable reports and eye-witness statements of human rights violations, including war crimes and crimes against humanity in Syria. You can read their full report here on Alistair Reign News Blog.

The following statistics are a summary of that report, which can also be viewed in pdf format.

The SNHR is an independent, non-government, not-for-profit human rights organization, founded in 2011 with a mission to document the ongoing violations in Syria and publish periodic studies, researches, and reports while maintaining the highest levels of professionalism and objectivity as a first step towards exposing violations perpetrators, hold them accountable, and insure victims’ rights.

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The Syrian Network for Human Rights on Twitter (@SNHR) have posted evidence of numerous violations against humanity having occurred in Syria during January of 2016 – after the ending period of their 2015 report.

The following are just a few of the men. women, children and youth either killed by armed forces targeting civilian homes and vital services – or died under torture in Syrian prisons without legal representation or trial – or died an excruciating, slow death of starvation inside besieged Syria during the month of January, 2016.

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Syrian Network For Human Rights: Most Significant Human Rights Violations in Syria during 2015

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