Syrian people, suffering a harsh living condition under the massive foreign-charged war in their country, marked with extremism, severe shortage of basic needs, rights abuses and insecurity, are now dealing with organ traffickers who are slicing off their own share from the unfortunate Syrian families.
Syrian children are seen at a make-shift refugee camp some kilometers away from the Syria-Turkey border on April 23, 2013.
Head of the forensic pathology department of the Damascus University, Hossain Noufel, told the Syrian al-Watan daily that, more than 18 thousand organ trafficking cases have been recorded in northern side of the country where extremist militant groups have been more active.
Most of the victims are children, he said.
Noufel said the same problem exists in the refugee camps inside Turkey, adding that more than 100,000 Syrian children are endangered by the same threat.
He said the camps are not properly supervised by the…
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