The Syrian regime tortured prisoners with a range of brutal methods, including forcing prisoners to torture each other, said Syrian public speaker and human rights activist Omar Alshogre in an interview with Al Hadath on Saturday.
How did Assad’s prisons shape me?— Omar Alshogre (@omarAlshogre) June 11, 2020
On June 11, 2015, I escaped Assad’s jails. I was weak, sick, covered in blood, half-naked, scared, lost. Today, that same day five years later, I’m strong and healthy, filled with pride and interested in fashion, setting out on my own path. pic.twitter.com/guaun42t8a
Some reports have claimed the crackdown on Rami #Makhlouf is led by Asma al-#Assad, the president’s wife, whose networks of businessmen, among them her family, compete with Makhlouf. Find out more about her role here. #Syriahttps://t.co/Vxx9BLpzjK pic.twitter.com/byniXN5WO4— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) June 6, 2020
Torture methods in Syrian prisons
Using the word “allegedly” is a slap in the face of the victims of this genocidal massacre and their families. And we have documented well over 300 civilians slaughtered including my dad, brothers and childhood friends. This is a disappointing tweet. https://t.co/zQpVzeZILm— Omar Alshogre (@omarAlshogre) May 4, 2020