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Palestinian Students Obtain First Ranks of High School at Syria

Published : 12-07-2015

Palestinian Students Obtain First Ranks of High School at Syria

The Palestinian refugee female student, Nada Khalid Shwaheen, from the Yarmouk camp in Damascus won the first rank at Syria in high school exams, where she got (2754) marks in the arts branch.

Meanwhile, two Palestinian students from the Yarmouk refugee camp got the fourth rank at Syria in the scientific branch; they are: Yaman Mwafaq Atwa, while he got 2869 marks, and Mohammed Aladdin Jelbot, who got 2813 marks, as well as the Palestinian refugee "Mahmoud Yasser Shoaib" also got the first rank at Syria in the vocational high school exams.

This success comes despite the crisis faced by the Yarmouk refugee camp of bombing, destruction, arrest, continued siege imposed by the Syrian regime and its affiliated groups for (744) days respectively, power cut for more than (814) days, and water cut for 304 days respectively.

 Activists and refugees said that this success reflects the distinctive character of the Palestinian and solid will displayed by the residents of the camp.

It is noteworthy that thousands of Palestinian students have lost their seats and schools by bombing, destruction, and continuing displacement from their camps.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1488

The Palestinian refugee female student, Nada Khalid Shwaheen, from the Yarmouk camp in Damascus won the first rank at Syria in high school exams, where she got (2754) marks in the arts branch.

Meanwhile, two Palestinian students from the Yarmouk refugee camp got the fourth rank at Syria in the scientific branch; they are: Yaman Mwafaq Atwa, while he got 2869 marks, and Mohammed Aladdin Jelbot, who got 2813 marks, as well as the Palestinian refugee "Mahmoud Yasser Shoaib" also got the first rank at Syria in the vocational high school exams.

This success comes despite the crisis faced by the Yarmouk refugee camp of bombing, destruction, arrest, continued siege imposed by the Syrian regime and its affiliated groups for (744) days respectively, power cut for more than (814) days, and water cut for 304 days respectively.

 Activists and refugees said that this success reflects the distinctive character of the Palestinian and solid will displayed by the residents of the camp.

It is noteworthy that thousands of Palestinian students have lost their seats and schools by bombing, destruction, and continuing displacement from their camps.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1488