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References and Bibliography Al-Itidal Arabic Newspaper 1992 President Assad takes oath at People's Assembly. March 20. Amnesty International 1983 Report from Amnesty International to the Government of the Syrian Arab Republic. London, Eng.: Amnesty International. 1987 Syria: Torture by the Security Forces. London, Eng.: Am- nesty International. 1992 Syria: Indefinite Political Imprisonment. July. London, Eng.: Amnesty International. Collelo, Thomas, ed. 1988 Syria: A Country Study. Washington D.C.: Library of Con- gress Federal Research Division Committees for the Defense of Democratic Freedoms and Human Rights in Syria (Comites de Defense des Libertes Democratiques et des Droits de 1'Homme en Syrie [CDF]) 1991 La Revue Annuelle 1990-1991. Paris, France: CDF. 1993 List of engineers; list of health professionals; and list of aca- demics. Friedman, Thomas L. 1992 Syria giving Jews freedom to leave. New York Times April 28. Gruen, George E. 1992 Syria, Syrian Jews, and the Peace Process. The American Jew- ish Committee, New York. 30

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SCIENTISTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN SYRIA 31 International Labor Organization 1991 Observations Concerning Ratified Conventions. Geneva, Swit- zerland: ILO Committee of Experts 1992 Observations Concerning Ratified Conventions. Geneva, Swit- zerland: ILO Committee of Experts Lawyers Committee for Human Rights 1992a Lawyers and Human Rights in the Middle East: The Legal Profession in Syria. May, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, New York. 1992b Syria: Lawyers and Human Rights Workers Sentenced After Unfair Trial. March, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, New York. Middle East Watch 1990 Human Rights in Syria. September. New York: Middle East Watch. 1992a Human Rights Workers on Trial. March 9, Middle East Watch, New York. 1992b Syria and Syrian-controlled Lebanon. Pp. 834-855 in Human Rights Watch World Report 1992. New York: Human Rights Watch. 1992c Throwing Away the Key: Indefinite Political Detention in Syria. November. New York: Middle East Watch. 1993d Syria. Pp. 338-344 in Human Rights Watch World Report 1993. New York: Human Rights Watch. New York Times 1992 Syria said to halt Jews' emigration. December 15. Perthes, Volker 1992 The Syrian economy in the 1980s. The Middle East Journal 46(Winter)(l). Syrian Ministry of Information 1991 Syria's President Talks to American Media—'91. Damascus: Syrian Arab Republic. United Nations Commission on Human Rights 199la Syrian Arab Republic. Pp. 124-125 in Report by the Special Rapporteur on Summary or Arbitrary Executions to the Com- mission on Human Rights, E/CN.4/1991/36, 4 February 1991. 1991b Syrian Arab Republic. Pp. 54-55 in Report by the Special Rapporteur on Torture to the Commission on Human Rights, E/ CN.4/1991/17, 10 January 1991. U.S. Department of State 1992a Syria. Pp. 1604-1614 in Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1991. Report submitted to the Committee on

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32 SCIENTISTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN SYRIA Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, and the Com- mittee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. 1993b Syria. Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1992. Report submitted to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, and the Committee on Foreign Rela- tions, U.S. Senate. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Print- ing Office.