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Phenomenon of youth migration from Al Aeden camp in Homs to the Turkish .

Published : 22-07-2015

Phenomenon of youth migration from Al Aeden camp in Homs to the Turkish .

Turning to Homs, phenomenon of youth migration from Al Aeden camp in Homs to the Turkish territory for fear of arrest campaigns carried out by Syrian security between now and then to the homes of the camp has been increasing recently.

A large number of youth were arrested in the first three months of 2015, prompting them to flee from the camp and move to other areas or to resort to Turkey then to Europe.

The camp, which is controlled by the regular army, is living under an intense and unprecedented security tightening, so that the residents now feel that they are in a big prison.

The Syrian authorities built  and installed an iron fence separates between Al Aedein camp neighborhoods in Homs and the surrounding neighborhoods on 21st of June 2015, without any service corridors between the two sides, the thing that exacerbated their economic suffering and reflected negatively on their living conditions.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1562

Turning to Homs, phenomenon of youth migration from Al Aeden camp in Homs to the Turkish territory for fear of arrest campaigns carried out by Syrian security between now and then to the homes of the camp has been increasing recently.

A large number of youth were arrested in the first three months of 2015, prompting them to flee from the camp and move to other areas or to resort to Turkey then to Europe.

The camp, which is controlled by the regular army, is living under an intense and unprecedented security tightening, so that the residents now feel that they are in a big prison.

The Syrian authorities built  and installed an iron fence separates between Al Aedein camp neighborhoods in Homs and the surrounding neighborhoods on 21st of June 2015, without any service corridors between the two sides, the thing that exacerbated their economic suffering and reflected negatively on their living conditions.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1562