Huge number of Syrian women can be thought to be incarcerated into the Assad regime’s prisons. Minimal is famous about their fate, but those that find a way to escape inform stories of horror. DW’s Julia Hahn reports.
Torture in Syrian prisons
Syrian refugee recounts ordeal of torture
Muna Muhammad remembers every small detail. The stench when you look at the cells, the pain sensation, her torturers. “He pulled a black colored synthetic case over my mind after which he hung me personally from the ceiling, head down,” the 30-year-old claims. The memory nevertheless haunts her. The guard said he had been likely to leave her hanging through the ceiling until all her “evil ideas land in this bag,” she recalls.Read More