Alaa Al Dagastani, a soldier who claims he was tortured and then forced to join the rebels after being captured, surrendered to the Syrian government in February and is in a makeshift detention center awaiting the amnesty he was promised.
Alaa Al Dagastani, a soldier who claims he was tortured and then forced to join the rebels after being captured, surrendered to the Syrian government in February and is in a makeshift detention center awaiting the amnesty he was promised. MCT
Alaa Al Dagastani, a soldier who claims he was tortured and then forced to join the rebels after being captured, surrendered to the Syrian government in February and is in a makeshift detention center awaiting the amnesty he was promised. MCT

For ex-rebels in Syria, detention is part of transition to freedom

June 03, 2014 02:06 PM

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