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Press Release: Action group calls for lifting the siege on the Yarmouk and the return of its residents

Published : 08-01-2015

Press Release: Action group calls for lifting the siege on the Yarmouk and the return of its residents

The AGPS is calling for urgent and immediate intervention in order to end the siege of the Yarmouk camp, and to avoid the Palestinian camps in Syria the consequences of the ongoing conflict there. This call comes in light of the continuous siege imposed on the Yarmouk camp for more than 550 days, the water cuts for more than 120 days, the power cuts for almost two years, and the dire living and humanitarian conditions, that coincide with the spread of diseases and the loss of basic necessary materials, in addition to the repeated assassinations and arrest campaigns, as well as the reoccurring hostilities, clashes, and shelling that led to the death of almost 1011 victims from the Yarmouk camp residents.
 
The AGPS  considers the practices taking place inside the Yarmouk camp; such as the starving and horrifying acts towards  the Palestinian refugees a crime against humanity that requires an urgent and serious action in order to rescue what can be rescued, and to do  what is necessary to preserve the lives of the civilians.
Therefore, the AGPS is calling to end the siege of the Yarmouk camp, and to allow entering fuel, methods of heating, food, and medical supplies into the camp.  Also, it is calling to allow the return of the displaced people to their houses, to get the patients out of the camp, to open the road, and to implement the initiatives of neutralizing the camp.
Moreover, the AGPS demands all conflict parties inside Syria, especially the Syrian regime's authorities, since it is the host country for the Palestinian refugees, to take an  immediate action to end the Yarmouk siege and to find a solution that would avoid the camp more hostilities, similarly to the other adjacent areas that implemented the reconciliation.

It also urges the Palestinian Authority, the PLO, and the Arab League to urgently  intervene between the concerned parties of theconflict in order to provide the required protection for the Palestinians, since they are considered as refugees waiting to return to their homes.
Finally, the AGPS appeals the international community, represented by the UNRWA, the international governmental and non-governmental organizations, and the Human Rights Council to seriously and effectively work to end the Yarmouk siege, and to secure a safe environment so as to allow entering relief supplies to the residents and to facilitate the return of displaced refugees to their houses.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/198

The AGPS is calling for urgent and immediate intervention in order to end the siege of the Yarmouk camp, and to avoid the Palestinian camps in Syria the consequences of the ongoing conflict there. This call comes in light of the continuous siege imposed on the Yarmouk camp for more than 550 days, the water cuts for more than 120 days, the power cuts for almost two years, and the dire living and humanitarian conditions, that coincide with the spread of diseases and the loss of basic necessary materials, in addition to the repeated assassinations and arrest campaigns, as well as the reoccurring hostilities, clashes, and shelling that led to the death of almost 1011 victims from the Yarmouk camp residents.
 
The AGPS  considers the practices taking place inside the Yarmouk camp; such as the starving and horrifying acts towards  the Palestinian refugees a crime against humanity that requires an urgent and serious action in order to rescue what can be rescued, and to do  what is necessary to preserve the lives of the civilians.
Therefore, the AGPS is calling to end the siege of the Yarmouk camp, and to allow entering fuel, methods of heating, food, and medical supplies into the camp.  Also, it is calling to allow the return of the displaced people to their houses, to get the patients out of the camp, to open the road, and to implement the initiatives of neutralizing the camp.
Moreover, the AGPS demands all conflict parties inside Syria, especially the Syrian regime's authorities, since it is the host country for the Palestinian refugees, to take an  immediate action to end the Yarmouk siege and to find a solution that would avoid the camp more hostilities, similarly to the other adjacent areas that implemented the reconciliation.

It also urges the Palestinian Authority, the PLO, and the Arab League to urgently  intervene between the concerned parties of theconflict in order to provide the required protection for the Palestinians, since they are considered as refugees waiting to return to their homes.
Finally, the AGPS appeals the international community, represented by the UNRWA, the international governmental and non-governmental organizations, and the Human Rights Council to seriously and effectively work to end the Yarmouk siege, and to secure a safe environment so as to allow entering relief supplies to the residents and to facilitate the return of displaced refugees to their houses.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/198