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Dozens of Families Go Homeless as Rampant Shelling Swamps Deraa Camp, Al-Sadd Road

Published : 12-02-2017

Dozens of Families Go Homeless as Rampant Shelling Swamps Deraa Camp, Al-Sadd Road

Dozens of Palestinian families fled the Deraa Camp and the Al-Sadd Road due to the unabated onslaughts launched by the Syrian government forces on the area and the deadly hostilities between the regime troops and the opposition outfits.

A couple of days earlier, a surface-to-surface missile hit the Deraa Camp, at the same time as Al-Sadd Road neighborhood was targeted with heavy machineguns and gas cylinders, resulting in material damage. A state of panic swamped civilians in the process.

AGPS news correspondent said several displaced families have sought shelter in Al-Muzeireeb town for fear of being killed under shelling.

80% of civilian buildings and structures in Deraa have been reduced to rubble while 244 residents were killed in the raging warfare.

According to preliminary data, 149 Palestinian families only have remained in Deraa Camp, down from 4,500 families up to 2011.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4687

Dozens of Palestinian families fled the Deraa Camp and the Al-Sadd Road due to the unabated onslaughts launched by the Syrian government forces on the area and the deadly hostilities between the regime troops and the opposition outfits.

A couple of days earlier, a surface-to-surface missile hit the Deraa Camp, at the same time as Al-Sadd Road neighborhood was targeted with heavy machineguns and gas cylinders, resulting in material damage. A state of panic swamped civilians in the process.

AGPS news correspondent said several displaced families have sought shelter in Al-Muzeireeb town for fear of being killed under shelling.

80% of civilian buildings and structures in Deraa have been reduced to rubble while 244 residents were killed in the raging warfare.

According to preliminary data, 149 Palestinian families only have remained in Deraa Camp, down from 4,500 families up to 2011.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4687