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Palestinians of Syria; Numbers and Statistics till 18\08\2016

Published : 19-08-2016

Palestinians of Syria; Numbers and Statistics till 18\08\2016

  • 15500 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Jordan
  • 42.500 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Lebanon
  • 6000 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Egypt, according to the UNRWA statistics till July 2015
  • 8000 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Turkey
  • 1000 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Gaza
  • More than 79,000 Palestinian Syrian refugees have reached Europe till mid 2016
  • The Yarmouk Camp: siege, imposed by the Regular Army and PFGC groups, continued for 1158 consecutive days. Power cut continued for more than 1218 days, water was cut for 707 days respectively. The number of siege victims is 187.
  • Al Sbeina Camp: - Regular Army is still preventing the residents of the camp to return back to their houses for 1010 days respectively.
  • Handarat Camp: - All Residents have left the camp for about 1201 days after the Syrian Opposition Groups controlled it.
  • Dara’a Camp: - It is now almost 861 days without water and almost 70% of its buildings were demolished.
  • Jermana, AL Saieda ZAinab, Al Raml, Al Aedein Camps in Homs and Hamma: - A relatively quiet   situation in light of the economic crises.

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  • 15500 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Jordan
  • 42.500 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Lebanon
  • 6000 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Egypt, according to the UNRWA statistics till July 2015
  • 8000 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Turkey
  • 1000 Palestinian Syrian refugees are in Gaza
  • More than 79,000 Palestinian Syrian refugees have reached Europe till mid 2016
  • The Yarmouk Camp: siege, imposed by the Regular Army and PFGC groups, continued for 1158 consecutive days. Power cut continued for more than 1218 days, water was cut for 707 days respectively. The number of siege victims is 187.
  • Al Sbeina Camp: - Regular Army is still preventing the residents of the camp to return back to their houses for 1010 days respectively.
  • Handarat Camp: - All Residents have left the camp for about 1201 days after the Syrian Opposition Groups controlled it.
  • Dara’a Camp: - It is now almost 861 days without water and almost 70% of its buildings were demolished.
  • Jermana, AL Saieda ZAinab, Al Raml, Al Aedein Camps in Homs and Hamma: - A relatively quiet   situation in light of the economic crises.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3775