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AGPS' Human Rights Report: Three PS Camps in Syria are Under Tight Siege, Destruction Ratio in Other Camps Reach 70%

Published : 09-02-2016

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The AGPS said in a statement released yesterday, that three Palestinian refugee camps in Syria are still under siege, where the regime's army and its affiliated Palestinian groups continue besieging Al-Yarmouk Camp in Damascus for the day (967) respectively, while the authorities continue sieging Sbiena Camp in Damascus Suburb, which has been completely evacuated of its population since 823 days, while the Syrian armed opposition members prevent the inhabitants of Handarat Camp in Aleppos from returning to their homes since the (1016) days.

The AGPS noted that, in its human rights report, to be issued in the next few days, under the title "Palestinians of Syria .. Refugees Across Life Milestones" that 186 Palestinian refugees died of starvation and lack of medical care due to the blockade imposed on the Yarmouk camp.

The AGPS noted also, that the Khan Eshieh Camp in Damascus Subrub is under partial blockade by the regime's army which blocks all roads between the camp and the center of the capital, Damascus, except through (Zakia, Khan Eshieh), which forced people to pass that way despite the risks they face because of the repeated targeting.

The report confirmed that more than 70% of the area of Daraa Camp southern Syria have been destroyed completely, due to the repeated bombing that targeted the camp, while the destruction reached large areas of Handarat camp, Sbiena and Muzeireeb.

The AGPS noted that it would allow for those interested, activists and human rights organizations and international institutions and media access to its last report in Arabic and English free of charge and through its website www.actionpal.org.uk

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2799

The AGPS said in a statement released yesterday, that three Palestinian refugee camps in Syria are still under siege, where the regime's army and its affiliated Palestinian groups continue besieging Al-Yarmouk Camp in Damascus for the day (967) respectively, while the authorities continue sieging Sbiena Camp in Damascus Suburb, which has been completely evacuated of its population since 823 days, while the Syrian armed opposition members prevent the inhabitants of Handarat Camp in Aleppos from returning to their homes since the (1016) days.

The AGPS noted that, in its human rights report, to be issued in the next few days, under the title "Palestinians of Syria .. Refugees Across Life Milestones" that 186 Palestinian refugees died of starvation and lack of medical care due to the blockade imposed on the Yarmouk camp.

The AGPS noted also, that the Khan Eshieh Camp in Damascus Subrub is under partial blockade by the regime's army which blocks all roads between the camp and the center of the capital, Damascus, except through (Zakia, Khan Eshieh), which forced people to pass that way despite the risks they face because of the repeated targeting.

The report confirmed that more than 70% of the area of Daraa Camp southern Syria have been destroyed completely, due to the repeated bombing that targeted the camp, while the destruction reached large areas of Handarat camp, Sbiena and Muzeireeb.

The AGPS noted that it would allow for those interested, activists and human rights organizations and international institutions and media access to its last report in Arabic and English free of charge and through its website www.actionpal.org.uk

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2799