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Residents of Al-Sbeina Camp Denied Access to their Homes via Gov’t Checkpoints for 1,185 Days Running

Published : 12-02-2017

Residents of Al-Sbeina Camp Denied Access to their Homes via Gov’t Checkpoints for 1,185 Days Running

Residents of Al-Sebeina Camp for Palestinian refugees in Rural Damascus have been denied access to their homes via government-run checkpoints for 1,185 consecutive days.

Bloody hostilities between the government troops and the opposition battalions in and around Al-Sbeina forced dozens of families to seek shelter elsewhere. The clashes culminated in a tighter cordon by the regime squads on all corners of the shelter.

According to eye-witnesses, 80% of Deraa buildings have been subjected to partial or total destruction, particularly in the area stretching from Muadh Ibn Jabal Mosque to the Kurds Oven, which makes the western entrance to the shelter.

Without roofs over their heads, Al-Sbeina residents have been wandering down and out in streets, having no safe shelter to hide into. High rates of unemployment and lack of financial resources have added insult to injury for Al-Sbeina displaced community.

Al-Sbeina residents appealed to the Syrian regime army and its war accomplices to allow them a safe access into their homes, as has been the case with the residents of Al-Husseiniya Camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4686

Residents of Al-Sebeina Camp for Palestinian refugees in Rural Damascus have been denied access to their homes via government-run checkpoints for 1,185 consecutive days.

Bloody hostilities between the government troops and the opposition battalions in and around Al-Sbeina forced dozens of families to seek shelter elsewhere. The clashes culminated in a tighter cordon by the regime squads on all corners of the shelter.

According to eye-witnesses, 80% of Deraa buildings have been subjected to partial or total destruction, particularly in the area stretching from Muadh Ibn Jabal Mosque to the Kurds Oven, which makes the western entrance to the shelter.

Without roofs over their heads, Al-Sbeina residents have been wandering down and out in streets, having no safe shelter to hide into. High rates of unemployment and lack of financial resources have added insult to injury for Al-Sbeina displaced community.

Al-Sbeina residents appealed to the Syrian regime army and its war accomplices to allow them a safe access into their homes, as has been the case with the residents of Al-Husseiniya Camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4686