9 March 1982|
|Died||2 November 2012
Mohammed Rafeh (Arabic: محمد رافع; 9 March 1982 – 2 November 2012) was a Syrian actor popular around the Arab world. He was notable for his role as Ibrahim in the popular Syrian television series Bab Al-Hara.
Rafeh was born in Aleppo, a half Syrian and half Palestinian. His father was a Palestinian refugee and as well an actor, Ahmad Rafeh. Mohammed Rafeh was notable for his support of the Syrian government. During the Syrian Civil War, Rafeh's picture appeared on a Facebook page titled "The black list of Syrian artists". Rafeh's father said that Mohammed loved Syria and the president Bashar al-Assad.
Rafeh was kidnapped by the Free Syrian Army's al-Siddiq battalion on 2 November 2012 in Damascus' Barzeh neighborhood. On the same day, he was executed by gunshots to his head, neck and shoulders. On 4 November, his body was returned to his family and buried the next day.
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