Youth Amin Issa Amin
The latest incidents of death under torture in SDF prisons, confirm that its prisons are no less dangerous and deadly than the prisons of the al-Assad regime
Confirmed news relayed about the death of the Kurdish youth (Amin Issa Amin) in the prisons of the so-called Autonomous Administration, 27 days after he was kidnapped.
Amin was born in 1986 and a father of two children, hails from the village of Berkeley in al-Darbasiyah city in al-Hasakah countryside, and is a member of the Kurdish National Council, according to reports.
A few days ago, the news also reported the death of (Hussein Hassan Abbas), who was kidnapped with his wife and children approximately seven months ago due to the defection of one of his sons (Shukri Abbas), who was working as a customs official in the city of Manbij for the Autonomous Administration. The wife was released about two weeks ago, but she was extremely shocked by the delivery of the body her husband (Hussein) to her, as he was killed under torture while he was being held by the Autonomous Administration.
Hussein Hassan Abbas was born in 1967 and hails from the city of Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) in the western countryside of Aleppo. He is married and has ten sons and one daughter.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee unequivocally condemns the killing under torture in the prisons of the Autonomous Administration (SDF), and demands the immediate release of detainees and hostages, and calls on the international community which backs these armed militias to put an end to their malicious practices.