July 25, 2018. The young man Mufeed says, “They injected my feet repeatedly using a syringe. Then they began to punch my hands and my body.” In this way, the Syrian government forces tortured Mufeed, a son of the city of Homs, Central Syria, leading to lost his ability to move when the government forces arrested him with his family in July 2011. They took them to the State Security branch in the city where his family was tortured, and he was injected with a syringe in his feet. They then took him to the military hospital where he felt his soul coming out of his body as a result of torture and being injected in his feet. Mufeed's father said that he was arrested with his son and also was tortured, but the Syrian government released him after 18 days. Later they called him and asked him to come and pick up Mufeed's body from the national hospital. He added, "I went and signed papers stating that my son died, and I have to take him to the house to wash his body before his burial, and suddenly he opened his eyes again. Mufeed's brother said that his brother has become unable to move, but he can move his head. The family left Homs and headed to Idlib, where organization rushed to take photos of Mufeed, and to make promises to transport him to Turkey for treatment, but they didn't give any help for the family, according to his father and brother. Characters by appearance: 1- The detainee Mufeed al-Ajrab. 2- His brother Walid al-Ajrab. 3- His father, Mohammed al-Ajrab.