”This is the story of my brother Khaled an Irish/Syrian man in the UAE:
The last week of December 2012 the UAE government agents called Khaled into their offices for questioning. Hours later Khaled went to their offices during the integration they asked about the money he’s being sending to Syria and about his opinion toward the Syrian regime and the uprising. They asked if he would stop his support for the revolution. Khaled said he sends money to his father and he would not stop supporting the revolution. A week later, Khaled booked a ticket to go to Ireland at the airport they stopped him and asked to go back see the security since he was not allow to leave the UAE for some unknown reason. Khaled went to see them again. They told him everything should be okay. However, when Khaled went to the airport a week later with a new reservation attempting to go to Ireland he faced a new allegation that he was no permitted to leave the country either permitted to work anymore and that he is under house arrest for no apparent reason.
On Thursday February 7th 2013 they called Khaled and asked him to come down on Sunday the 10th to their office for questioning and bring down your passports because he’s dual citizenships. At that date Khaled went missing and there is now where to be found. By night fall his brothers went to the police asking about where his about. They told them we don’t know anything about this individual. From Sunday to Tuesday his brothers asked hospitals, airports and police stations no one would know anything about his disappearance. On Tuesday went back in person to the police station to make an official report about his missing brother. Two hours later, the police called Ibrahim –Khaled’s younger brother – and told him that Khaled is in our custody and you need to stop asking and searching. On Thursday, the security agents came to Khaled’s house with Khaled to get some documents and a SIM card as they went to his sister’s house to get more documents belong to Khaled. As Khaled looked up his sister’s yes asking her to pray for him.
There have been a quiet few incidents where the UAE’s security agents arrested many Syrians activists and forced them to sign an agreements stated that they won’t practice activities against the Syrian regime in order to be released. Khaled refused to sign this agreement. Although, Khaled’s and the other young activists only activities against the Syrian regime was over his wall on Facebook.
Until this moment, Khaled still missing, has no right for a lawyer, has not being charged with any crime, nor is he allowed his family to contact him.
Khaled has a dual citizenship an Irish and a Syrian’s”