Syrian activists claims 28,000 Syrians “forcibly disappeared” by the government.
(CNN) Among them is Fadel Abdul Ghany, who said his group, the Syrian Network for Human Rights, has the names of 18,000 people who are missing. The network reportedly has information about 10,000 other cases, but does not have names because families have been too scared to divulge them.
Abdul Ghany told CNN his group updates its figures if it learns that a reported person is no longer missing or has died.
“Those missing people are still missing, and no one (has) heard anything from them or about their situation, including families, activists or legal entities,” he told CNN.
18th October 2012