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Turkey Deports Number of Refugees Including Palestinians to the North of Syria

Published : 30-05-2015

Turkey Deports Number of Refugees Including Palestinians to the North of Syria

Unprecedented, the Turkish authorities deported number of refugees from Syria, including nine Palestinian Syrian refugees to the north of Syria, and that was after being arrested while trying to reach Greece.

According to one of the deportees, who asked not to be named, "that he had been arrested in the Turkish city of Izmir where they were harassed by the security men there before being deported by bus to a border camps as they were told, but at the border, the soldiers transferred them to the outside of the Turkish border and tell them they are forbidden from entering Turkish territory for a year.

The refugee stressed that the Turkish authorities did not give them any official document confirming the reason for deportation.

For their part, activists saw that this move constitutes a great threat to the lives of refugees owning to the acts of bombing and clashes at the Syrian north areas, as well as, the law and international norms prohibiting the return of refugees to areas of conflict where they fled. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1202

Unprecedented, the Turkish authorities deported number of refugees from Syria, including nine Palestinian Syrian refugees to the north of Syria, and that was after being arrested while trying to reach Greece.

According to one of the deportees, who asked not to be named, "that he had been arrested in the Turkish city of Izmir where they were harassed by the security men there before being deported by bus to a border camps as they were told, but at the border, the soldiers transferred them to the outside of the Turkish border and tell them they are forbidden from entering Turkish territory for a year.

The refugee stressed that the Turkish authorities did not give them any official document confirming the reason for deportation.

For their part, activists saw that this move constitutes a great threat to the lives of refugees owning to the acts of bombing and clashes at the Syrian north areas, as well as, the law and international norms prohibiting the return of refugees to areas of conflict where they fled. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1202