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Lebanese Authorities Arrest Palestinian Syrian Refugees under the Pretext of their Residency End

Published : 13-06-2015

Lebanese Authorities Arrest Palestinian Syrian Refugees under the Pretext of their Residency End

The Lebanese authorities arrested a number of Palestinian Syrian refugees in the city of Tripoli under the pretext of their residency end, where they were detained for four days without knowing their fate.

Our correspondent in Tripoli City confirmed that the number of Palestinian Syrian refugees, who were arrested recently on charges of residence expiry, has exceeded the 15 refugees.  Some of them were identifying; such as:  Hussein Abdullah, Munir Hussein Abdullah, AbdulMuen Hussein Abdullah, Abdul Karim Abdul Nasser Abdullah, Louay Rabea, Uday Rabea, Ahmed Shibli, and Ward Shibli.

In turn, the AGPS correspondent in the city of Sidon noted that the General Security detained the two Palestinian refugees, "Mohammed Hassan Mufeed" and "Emad Omar Ali" for the same charge.

This caused a state of anxiety and tension among the displaced Palestinians of Syria in Lebanon, population of about 44,000 refugees, for fear of being arrest and deport to Syria, leaving them trapped in their homes and areas in which they live, and limited the freedom of their movement, which increased the economic burden on them.

Moreover, many Palestinian Syrian refugees in Lebanon complain of what they described as "negligence" by the Palestinian factions, UNRWA, and the Palestinian Embassy to put an end to their problems.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1292

The Lebanese authorities arrested a number of Palestinian Syrian refugees in the city of Tripoli under the pretext of their residency end, where they were detained for four days without knowing their fate.

Our correspondent in Tripoli City confirmed that the number of Palestinian Syrian refugees, who were arrested recently on charges of residence expiry, has exceeded the 15 refugees.  Some of them were identifying; such as:  Hussein Abdullah, Munir Hussein Abdullah, AbdulMuen Hussein Abdullah, Abdul Karim Abdul Nasser Abdullah, Louay Rabea, Uday Rabea, Ahmed Shibli, and Ward Shibli.

In turn, the AGPS correspondent in the city of Sidon noted that the General Security detained the two Palestinian refugees, "Mohammed Hassan Mufeed" and "Emad Omar Ali" for the same charge.

This caused a state of anxiety and tension among the displaced Palestinians of Syria in Lebanon, population of about 44,000 refugees, for fear of being arrest and deport to Syria, leaving them trapped in their homes and areas in which they live, and limited the freedom of their movement, which increased the economic burden on them.

Moreover, many Palestinian Syrian refugees in Lebanon complain of what they described as "negligence" by the Palestinian factions, UNRWA, and the Palestinian Embassy to put an end to their problems.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1292