Amnesty International has reported that between 2011 and 2015, the Assad regime arrested and detained 117,000 people. Further reports indicate that the regime was killing around 50 people per day in his notorious Seyedna Prison. All in all, it is believed as many as 13,000 people of the 117,000 have been killed in this manner.
As has been the case for the past six years, we seem to lack the political will to make things happen in Syria. And so long as this remains the case, many more people will disappear without trace into crematoriaDr. Azeem Ibrahim