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Human Appeal: Bodies and body parts in Yarmouk camp are alive under the rubble

Published : 22-04-2018

Human Appeal: Bodies and body parts in Yarmouk camp are alive under the rubble

Residents of the besieged Yarmouk camp sent humanitarian calls to the Arab and international organizations and the PLO, to save the civilians under the rubble, and to transfer the victims and ambulate the injured.

Palestinian activists said: “The bodies and body parts are on the streets of the camp and numbers of the injured are uncountable. We were unable to ambulate them because of the intensive and continuous bombardments, the communication cuts and the actual absence of medical services.” They added, “A large number of civilians are still trapped in their houses or cellars. Two of those cellars are under the rubble and we do not know the status of those who were inside them or their numbers. The mere idea of getting out of the house under such bombardment is an unaccountable adventure.”

On his part, activist and doctor “Moawya Mohammed,” said that Palestine Hospital has gone out of service completely. The Ambulance Department in it was bombarded with surface-to-surface missiles and its upper floors were targeted by air raids. A number of workers in the hospital were injured, and the ambulance driver “Jamal Hameed” Abu Khaled, was killed.

Activist “Majd Al-Masry” clarified that the martyrs of Yarmouk camp, the Palestinian elderly man, “Saleh Mahmoud - Almoury,” his son Mohanad and Anas Amoury, were buried after 12 hours, due to the heavy bombardments, which only calmed down for 10 minutes. Their bodies remained inside a small cellar with women, children and the elderly.

He noted that the beheaded body of the Palestinian medic “Jamal Sameeh Hameed,” is now under the rubble of Palestine Hospital, which was destroyed and went out of service the day before yesterday.

One of the women trapped in Yarmouk camp accused the international institutions, the United Nations and the Palestinian factions, of ignoring their tragedy and not moving to save the Palestinian refugees in the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6983

Residents of the besieged Yarmouk camp sent humanitarian calls to the Arab and international organizations and the PLO, to save the civilians under the rubble, and to transfer the victims and ambulate the injured.

Palestinian activists said: “The bodies and body parts are on the streets of the camp and numbers of the injured are uncountable. We were unable to ambulate them because of the intensive and continuous bombardments, the communication cuts and the actual absence of medical services.” They added, “A large number of civilians are still trapped in their houses or cellars. Two of those cellars are under the rubble and we do not know the status of those who were inside them or their numbers. The mere idea of getting out of the house under such bombardment is an unaccountable adventure.”

On his part, activist and doctor “Moawya Mohammed,” said that Palestine Hospital has gone out of service completely. The Ambulance Department in it was bombarded with surface-to-surface missiles and its upper floors were targeted by air raids. A number of workers in the hospital were injured, and the ambulance driver “Jamal Hameed” Abu Khaled, was killed.

Activist “Majd Al-Masry” clarified that the martyrs of Yarmouk camp, the Palestinian elderly man, “Saleh Mahmoud - Almoury,” his son Mohanad and Anas Amoury, were buried after 12 hours, due to the heavy bombardments, which only calmed down for 10 minutes. Their bodies remained inside a small cellar with women, children and the elderly.

He noted that the beheaded body of the Palestinian medic “Jamal Sameeh Hameed,” is now under the rubble of Palestine Hospital, which was destroyed and went out of service the day before yesterday.

One of the women trapped in Yarmouk camp accused the international institutions, the United Nations and the Palestinian factions, of ignoring their tragedy and not moving to save the Palestinian refugees in the camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6983