Human Rights Violation in Syria

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Introduction Human rights are fundamental rights and freedoms that all people are entitled to regardless of nationality, sex, national or ethnic origin, religion, language, or other status. And these human rights is violating in some country like Central African Republic, Syria, USA, Ireland, and etcetera. One example is Syria where the people afraid live here. Therefore, article 3 of the Universal Human Rights is violated in Syria. This essay seeks to consider the human rights violations in Syria. This research will begin by evaluating the economic factors of Migration it will then proceed to investigate the social factors. In the process it will be highlighted that the impacts of migration are (im)balanced. Body Paragraph 1. There are a lot of women’s human rights violations in Syria. According to the SNHR, the percentage of women deaths has dramatically increased in 2013, reaching nearly 9% of the total number of victims on April 30, 2013, and at this date, at least 7543 women including 2454 girls and 257 female infants under the age of 3 have been killed, including 155 women who remain unidentified at this date. The SNHR documented the killing of 55 foreign women. In 2013, the SNHR estimates that the number of rapes of women approximately reaches 6000, resulting in numerous cases in forced pregnancy. (Sema Nasar) This shows that some families will lose their mother and some husbands will have difficulty with their wives, and maybe there is population imbalanced. Also a young Syrian girl was stoned to death by Islamic extremists in 2014. Cause of it was a facebook account. Fatoum Al-Jassem, aged 14 or 15, was taken to a Sharia court in the city of Al-Reqqah after the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants caught her ... ... middle of paper ... ...n, about it reports a set of UN, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International human rights organizations. [40] [41] Most of the prisoners reported about sexual tortures in prisons. “Men forced to undress and becomes in a rank. Some former prisoners report that beat them on genitals and a groin, forced to have oral sex and to suck off, beat the stun gun in erogenous places, stubs from cigarettes thrust into anuses. To detainees repeatedly threatened that they will be raped in the face of relatives, wives and daughters, and also their families threatened that, including and children too will be raped. Some men declared that proctal forced them bludgeons, and that they saw as governmental armies forced also children. One person declared that he saw rape of the boy in the face of the father. 40-year-old man saw as three officers of security service force the child.” [6]

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