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Palestine Charity grieves for slain activist Khaled Al-Khalidi; European Network for Palestinians of Syria slams assassination of Khaled

Published : 28-10-2016

Palestine Charity grieves for slain activist Khaled Al-Khalidi; European Network for Palestinians of Syria slams assassination of Khaled

The Palestine Charity Commission mourned, in a statement posted on its Facebook page, the death of its staff member Khaled Al-Khalidi.

With a mixture of sorrow and pride, the commission mourned its “hero” Al-Khalidi, whom it said has been an icon of altruism, self-abnegation, courage, and dedication all the way through his benevolent involvement with the commission.

“Khaled had spared no single effort to assuage the tragic upshots of the war and the blockade inflicted on the refugees and displaced people in the camp,” the statement read.

According to the commission, an unidentified person also sustained wounds in the deadly onslaught targeting the accessroad to Zakia town.

The group vowed to keep up its humanitarian services in Khan Al-Shih camp so to boost the refugees’ stamina.

The commission pledged that it will try every possible effort to preserve the neutrality of the camp and maintain the dignity of the Palestinian refugees until they return to their motherland-Palestine.

A statement by the European Network for the Palestinians of Syria also slammed the murder of activist Al-Khalidi in the blockaded Khan Al-Shih camp.

The European Network strongly condemned the crime perpetrated by the Syrian regime sharpshooters, dubbing it a “war crime” that requires “international prosecution.”

The statement acclaimed Al-Khalidi’s active role in supplying the camp with foodstuff and in assuaging the disastrous effects of the blockade and of food shortage.

The group urged the Syrian and Russian co-conspirators to cease air strikes and artillery bombardment on the camp and to lift the illegitimate siege slapped on thousands of civilians, children, women, and sick refugees.

It further pushed for allowing the access of urgent relief items into the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4115

The Palestine Charity Commission mourned, in a statement posted on its Facebook page, the death of its staff member Khaled Al-Khalidi.

With a mixture of sorrow and pride, the commission mourned its “hero” Al-Khalidi, whom it said has been an icon of altruism, self-abnegation, courage, and dedication all the way through his benevolent involvement with the commission.

“Khaled had spared no single effort to assuage the tragic upshots of the war and the blockade inflicted on the refugees and displaced people in the camp,” the statement read.

According to the commission, an unidentified person also sustained wounds in the deadly onslaught targeting the accessroad to Zakia town.

The group vowed to keep up its humanitarian services in Khan Al-Shih camp so to boost the refugees’ stamina.

The commission pledged that it will try every possible effort to preserve the neutrality of the camp and maintain the dignity of the Palestinian refugees until they return to their motherland-Palestine.

A statement by the European Network for the Palestinians of Syria also slammed the murder of activist Al-Khalidi in the blockaded Khan Al-Shih camp.

The European Network strongly condemned the crime perpetrated by the Syrian regime sharpshooters, dubbing it a “war crime” that requires “international prosecution.”

The statement acclaimed Al-Khalidi’s active role in supplying the camp with foodstuff and in assuaging the disastrous effects of the blockade and of food shortage.

The group urged the Syrian and Russian co-conspirators to cease air strikes and artillery bombardment on the camp and to lift the illegitimate siege slapped on thousands of civilians, children, women, and sick refugees.

It further pushed for allowing the access of urgent relief items into the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4115