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Palestinians of Syria: January 11, 2017 Statistics:

Published : 12-01-2017

Palestinians of Syria: January 11, 2017 Statistics:

At least 3,419 Palestinians, including 455 women, were killed in war-torn Syria.
1,145 Palestinian refugees, including 80 women, are incarcerated in Syrian government lock-ups.
Yarmouk refugee camp has been blockaded by the Syrian regime army and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command (PFLP-GC) for 1,302 days in a row.
190 Palestinians died of undernourishment and medical neglect in the blockaded Yarmouk Camp.
Water supplies cut off in Deraa and Yarmouk camps respectively for 1,006 and 821 days.
Residents of Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, denied access to their homes for 1,349 days. Government battalions have been holding sway over the camp for more than 84 days.
Government troops ban residents of Al-Sbiena Camp from returning to their homes for 1,155 days running.
Over 79,000 Palestinian Syrian refugees fled to Europe until mid 2016.
31,000 Palestinians from Syria are housed in Lebanon.
17 Palestinians from Syria are taking refuge in Jordan.
6,000 Palestinian-Syrian refugees are sheltered in Egypt.
8,000 Palestinian-Syrian refugees are taking shelter in Turkey.
1,000 Palestinian-Syrian refugees are sheltered in the blockaded Gaza Strip. 

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At least 3,419 Palestinians, including 455 women, were killed in war-torn Syria.
1,145 Palestinian refugees, including 80 women, are incarcerated in Syrian government lock-ups.
Yarmouk refugee camp has been blockaded by the Syrian regime army and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command (PFLP-GC) for 1,302 days in a row.
190 Palestinians died of undernourishment and medical neglect in the blockaded Yarmouk Camp.
Water supplies cut off in Deraa and Yarmouk camps respectively for 1,006 and 821 days.
Residents of Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, denied access to their homes for 1,349 days. Government battalions have been holding sway over the camp for more than 84 days.
Government troops ban residents of Al-Sbiena Camp from returning to their homes for 1,155 days running.
Over 79,000 Palestinian Syrian refugees fled to Europe until mid 2016.
31,000 Palestinians from Syria are housed in Lebanon.
17 Palestinians from Syria are taking refuge in Jordan.
6,000 Palestinian-Syrian refugees are sheltered in Egypt.
8,000 Palestinian-Syrian refugees are taking shelter in Turkey.
1,000 Palestinian-Syrian refugees are sheltered in the blockaded Gaza Strip. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4524