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Profile: Mohammed Haydar Zammar

 
  

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November 2001      Torture in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere

       Mohammed Haydar Zammar, a Syrian-born German national, is arrested in Morocco and interrogated by Moroccan and US authorities. He is then secretly sent to Syria, where according to a former prisoner interviewed by The Washington Post, he is tortured in the Far'Falastin detention center in Damascus, “a facility run by military intelligence where many prisoners remain held incommunicado.” [Amnesty International, 8/19/03; Washington Post, 1/31/2003]
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