In the International Day of Peace

Today falls on Tuesday of the third week of September, which the United Nations designated in an official statement for the year 1981 as the International Day of Peace. This year was dedicated to the victims of wars and conflicts, especially the disappeared and those whose fates are unknown due to violence and displacement all over the world. Syrians have been living for a decade and until today, all forms of this violence, and today they stand witness to all forms of wars, persecution, and torture, bringing the number of detainees and forcibly disappeared to more than 100,000, whose fate is still unknown today.

The Caesar Families Association affirms that the peace that the world seeks for the future of Syria must begin with revealing the fate of the forcibly disappeared, releasing all detainees and holding violators accountable. perpetrators and perpetrators of war crimes.