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Firebombs Shell Khan Al-Sheih amid Warnings of Lack of Milk and Medicine

Published : 11-10-2016

Firebombs Shell Khan Al-Sheih amid Warnings of Lack of Milk and Medicine

At Sunday night, Russian aircrafts bombed Khan Al-Sheih in the western Ghouta using the international prohibited firebombs. The bombing targeted Al Salam Hospital, which was off-duty, and that led to a fire in citizens' houses.

 The few last weeks, the camp and its adjacent farms were being heavily shelled by Russian aircrafts using phosphorous, vacuum and cluster bombs. The bombardments targeted schools, mosques and Al Salam Hospital leaving victims, injuries and massive destruction in the area.

It's worth mentioning that firebombs are specially designed to cause unstoppable fires in wars. It consists of chemicals that can hardly be controlled like, Napalm, Althermat, Magnesium powder, Chlorine trifluoride and White phosphorus.

In the meantime, more than (3000) children in Khan Al- Sheih are suffering from lack of milk and medical services. The main reason is the   widespread damage in health sector especially after targeting all hospitals in the camp.

 Since the partial siege on the camp in 2013, all medical centers in the camp were destroyed or damaged and became off- duty except one clinic for UNRWA. The fore-mentioned clinic offers only consulting services.

On 15 May 2016, Children Rescue Organization for Humanitarian Aids said that 3000 children out of 12000 Palestinian Syrian citizens are facing an increasing humanitarian crisis in the camp because of siege imposed by Syrian regime. In addition to closing all the leading roads to the camp by shells and mortars are making the situation worse.

"Sonya khuosh", the president of the organization in Syria confirmed that people are living in a horror of siege and shelling in spite of the declared truce all over the country. Moreover, the organization had been informed that the supplies of medicine, fuel and flour were about to drain and the prices of food had doubled.

Healthy crisis completes the series of living crises in the camp. The most significant ones are the absence of relief services and closing the roads between Damascus and the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4017

At Sunday night, Russian aircrafts bombed Khan Al-Sheih in the western Ghouta using the international prohibited firebombs. The bombing targeted Al Salam Hospital, which was off-duty, and that led to a fire in citizens' houses.

 The few last weeks, the camp and its adjacent farms were being heavily shelled by Russian aircrafts using phosphorous, vacuum and cluster bombs. The bombardments targeted schools, mosques and Al Salam Hospital leaving victims, injuries and massive destruction in the area.

It's worth mentioning that firebombs are specially designed to cause unstoppable fires in wars. It consists of chemicals that can hardly be controlled like, Napalm, Althermat, Magnesium powder, Chlorine trifluoride and White phosphorus.

In the meantime, more than (3000) children in Khan Al- Sheih are suffering from lack of milk and medical services. The main reason is the   widespread damage in health sector especially after targeting all hospitals in the camp.

 Since the partial siege on the camp in 2013, all medical centers in the camp were destroyed or damaged and became off- duty except one clinic for UNRWA. The fore-mentioned clinic offers only consulting services.

On 15 May 2016, Children Rescue Organization for Humanitarian Aids said that 3000 children out of 12000 Palestinian Syrian citizens are facing an increasing humanitarian crisis in the camp because of siege imposed by Syrian regime. In addition to closing all the leading roads to the camp by shells and mortars are making the situation worse.

"Sonya khuosh", the president of the organization in Syria confirmed that people are living in a horror of siege and shelling in spite of the declared truce all over the country. Moreover, the organization had been informed that the supplies of medicine, fuel and flour were about to drain and the prices of food had doubled.

Healthy crisis completes the series of living crises in the camp. The most significant ones are the absence of relief services and closing the roads between Damascus and the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4017