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AGPS Statistical Report: 407 Palestinians Died while Fighting alongside the Syrian Regime Forces

Published : 13-05-2016

AGPS Statistical Report: 407 Palestinians Died while Fighting alongside the Syrian Regime Forces

The AGPS confirmed that 407 Palestinian refugees died while fighting alongside the Syrian Regular Army. The AGPS published a statistical report on May, which reported that 158 refugees died while fighting alongside the PLA, which force every Palestinian youth over 18 years to join the military compulsory service.

Furthermore, 93 members of the PFGC died, in addition to 52 refugees died while fighting alongside Al Quds brigades, which is a pro-Syrian Regime brigade was established north of Syria.

24 refugees died while fighting alongside Fatah Al Intifada, and 80 refugees died while fighting alongside public groups and committees affiliated with the Syrian Security Branches.

It is worth mentioning that the AGPS published detailed statistics within its report regarding victims, detainees, and distribution of Palestinian Syrian refugees at the Arab countries, Turkey, and Europe as a result of the war in Syria.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3265

The AGPS confirmed that 407 Palestinian refugees died while fighting alongside the Syrian Regular Army. The AGPS published a statistical report on May, which reported that 158 refugees died while fighting alongside the PLA, which force every Palestinian youth over 18 years to join the military compulsory service.

Furthermore, 93 members of the PFGC died, in addition to 52 refugees died while fighting alongside Al Quds brigades, which is a pro-Syrian Regime brigade was established north of Syria.

24 refugees died while fighting alongside Fatah Al Intifada, and 80 refugees died while fighting alongside public groups and committees affiliated with the Syrian Security Branches.

It is worth mentioning that the AGPS published detailed statistics within its report regarding victims, detainees, and distribution of Palestinian Syrian refugees at the Arab countries, Turkey, and Europe as a result of the war in Syria.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3265