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Tal al-Mallohi

Tal al-Mallohi

Date of Birth January 4, 1991
Place of Birth Homs
Country Syria
Religion Not Available
Age 30 years, 7 months, 11 days
Horoscope Aquarius

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Tal al-Mallohi Biography

According to various reports issued by human rights organizations, al-Mallohi was arrested by the general security directorate in Damascus on December 27, 2009. The following day, authorities from the Syrian security forces invaded her home—seizing several items, which included her personal computer, along with various books and CDs.

Tal al-Mallohi is a famous Blogger, who was born on January 4, 1991 in Syria.

According to Astrologers, Tal al-Mallohi zodiac sign is Aquarius

Protests have taken place around the world in: Cairo, Pakistan, Germany, France, Washington D.C. and others. In addition to these protests, the first Syrian Virtual Protest took place on October 2, 2010, for the Freedom of Tal al-Mallohi.

Tal al-Mallohi Net Worth

Tal is one of the richest Blogger. Tal al-Mallohi is also listed on the elit list of Richest Blogger born on January 4 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tal al-Mallohi net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Tal al-Mallohi Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
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Source of WealthBlogger
HouseLiving in own house.

Tal al-Mallohi was accused by the Syrian government of being a spy for the United States of America, and sentenced on February 15, 2011 to five years in prison. During her ordeal, she was called “the youngest prisoner of conscience in the Arab world”.

In September 2010, almost a year after her arrest, Tal’s mother, Ahed Mallohi (Ahed al-Mallohi), wrote a letter that appealed to the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad himself, asking him to intervene and order the release of her daughter. She emphasized that al-Mallohi had no links to “any organizations in Syria, opposition or otherwise.” She further reminded al-Assad that the girl’s grandfather, Mohammad Dia al-Mallohi, worked under late president Hafez al-Assad—apparently serving as Minister of State for the People’s Assembly.

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Egyptian human rights activists on September 12, 2010 issued an invitation to organize a protest held in front of the Syrian Embassy in Cairo on September 19, 2010. Protesters pleaded to know her whereabouts, whilst demanding her immediate release. The organization Reporters without Borders was also called upon to pressure the Syrian government to put an immediate end to her captivity.

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Tal Ranked on the list of most popular Blogger. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Syria.

On 20 September 2010, DP News—a website known for its close ties to the government—published a brief article, which alleged that Tal Mallohi was being held at a correctional facility 20 km northwest of Damascus. Referred to in the report as Duma Women’s Prison, sources alleged that the 19-year-old was held on suspicions of espionage. On September 22, Ahed al-Mallohi, in a phone call with the Director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, objected to this story. She asserted that she had visited the prison many times, but personnel always told her that her daughter had not been transferred there.

The arrest prompted waves of criticism and condemnation by bloggers and Human Rights activists throughout the world. Arab bloggers published attacks on what is considered repressive random arrests in Syria. Since the Syrian government—a regime known for prohibiting political opposition and human rights activism —enacted emergency laws when the Baath Party took power in 1963, they were not obligated to issue an official response to the inquiries into Tal’s whereabouts. The Syrian government has made it its policy to not comment on political arrests.

Ultimately, the mother alleges that she was promised by “one of the security authorities” that her daughter would be released before the month of Ramadan. However, the month ended without this promise being realized. Unfortunately, rumors began to surface—suggesting that Tal was being tortured, which was refuted by Syrian activists at the time.