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Children in Palestinian Refugee Camp in Syria Sustain Eye Wounds

Published : 24-05-2020

Children in Palestinian Refugee Camp in Syria Sustain Eye Wounds

A number of children sheltered in AlAyedeen camp for Palestinian refugees in Hums were injured in their eyes by plastic toy guns sold at local markets.

An AGPS news correspondent said some of the injured children risk to go sightless due to serious eye wounds.

AGPS has kept record of the death of over 250 Palestinian refugee children in war-torn Syria.

Thousands of children have gone orphaned after they lost one or both of their parents in the deadly warfare.

The warfare in Syria has had traumatic fallouts on Palestinian refugee children in and outside of Syria. Post-traumatic stress disorders, mental psychosis, sleeplessness and nightmares, eating disorders, and intense fear have all been reported among Palestinian children from Syria.

AGPS renews its calls to the international community, human rights institutions, UNICEF, UNRWA, and all concerned bodies to work on protecting Palestinian children in embattled zones.

 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10146

A number of children sheltered in AlAyedeen camp for Palestinian refugees in Hums were injured in their eyes by plastic toy guns sold at local markets.

An AGPS news correspondent said some of the injured children risk to go sightless due to serious eye wounds.

AGPS has kept record of the death of over 250 Palestinian refugee children in war-torn Syria.

Thousands of children have gone orphaned after they lost one or both of their parents in the deadly warfare.

The warfare in Syria has had traumatic fallouts on Palestinian refugee children in and outside of Syria. Post-traumatic stress disorders, mental psychosis, sleeplessness and nightmares, eating disorders, and intense fear have all been reported among Palestinian children from Syria.

AGPS renews its calls to the international community, human rights institutions, UNICEF, UNRWA, and all concerned bodies to work on protecting Palestinian children in embattled zones.

 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10146