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Palestinians of Syria: March 26, 2018 Statistics

Published : 27-03-2018

Palestinians of Syria: March 26, 2018 Statistics

  • The total number of victims documented by the Action Group is 3685, including 467 women
  • 1673 Palestinians are locked up behind Syrian government’s bars, 106 of which are women
  • Yarmouk refugee camp is under the Syrian regime army and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine’s siege for 1,711 days in a row
  • 206 refugees, mainly in Yarmouk Camp, have died due to lack of medical care and malnutrition
  • Water supplies have been cut off Deraa Camp for 1448 days, and 188 days in Yarmouk Camp
  • The Regime army has been in control of Handarat camp for more than 543 days. More than 80% of its buildings have been completely or partially destroyed.
  • Approximately 85 thousand Palestinian-Syrian refugees fled to Europe by the end of 2016
  • 31 thousand refugees are located in Lebanon
  • 17 thousand refugees are sheltered in Jordan
  • 6 thousand refugees are in Egypt

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6848

  • The total number of victims documented by the Action Group is 3685, including 467 women
  • 1673 Palestinians are locked up behind Syrian government’s bars, 106 of which are women
  • Yarmouk refugee camp is under the Syrian regime army and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine’s siege for 1,711 days in a row
  • 206 refugees, mainly in Yarmouk Camp, have died due to lack of medical care and malnutrition
  • Water supplies have been cut off Deraa Camp for 1448 days, and 188 days in Yarmouk Camp
  • The Regime army has been in control of Handarat camp for more than 543 days. More than 80% of its buildings have been completely or partially destroyed.
  • Approximately 85 thousand Palestinian-Syrian refugees fled to Europe by the end of 2016
  • 31 thousand refugees are located in Lebanon
  • 17 thousand refugees are sheltered in Jordan
  • 6 thousand refugees are in Egypt

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6848