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The bombardment of Yarmouk camp continues for the fourth day in a row, amid continuous silence

Published : 23-04-2018

The bombardment of Yarmouk camp continues for the fourth day in a row, amid continuous silence

For the fourth consecutive day, Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees in Damascus has been bombarded continuously with the Russian and Syrian airplanes and artillery rockets, where the Russian and Syrian warplanes launched more than 80 air raids targeting the neighborhoods of Yarmouk camp, Al-Hajar Al-Aswad and Al-Tadamon in south Damascus and more than 100 sorties were flown in the area.

The helicopters threw more than 30 explosive barrels on the neighborhoods of Yarmouk camp and Al-Hajar Al-Aswad, while more than 45 surface-to-surface “elephant” missiles and hundreds of rocket and mortar shells fell, in conjunction with the intense flight of reconnaissance aircrafts.

The regime forces and the Palestinian Liberation Army bombarded the buildings with sweeping 77-UR, high impact swivel hoses, which was manufactured to detonate the mines planted on the roads. According to eye witness accounts, the bombardments caused large-scale destruction to the residential neighborhoods and fires in the civilian houses.

While activists and residents of Yarmouk camp criticized the international and Palestinian silence in front of the bloodshed of Palestinian refugees in Yarmouk camp, and the systematic destruction of residential neighborhoods by the Syrian and Russian regimes.

They also demanded through the social network pages, the international institutions, the PLO and the Palestinian factions to move to neutralize civilians and save the remaining infrastructure in the besieged Yarmouk camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6992

For the fourth consecutive day, Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees in Damascus has been bombarded continuously with the Russian and Syrian airplanes and artillery rockets, where the Russian and Syrian warplanes launched more than 80 air raids targeting the neighborhoods of Yarmouk camp, Al-Hajar Al-Aswad and Al-Tadamon in south Damascus and more than 100 sorties were flown in the area.

The helicopters threw more than 30 explosive barrels on the neighborhoods of Yarmouk camp and Al-Hajar Al-Aswad, while more than 45 surface-to-surface “elephant” missiles and hundreds of rocket and mortar shells fell, in conjunction with the intense flight of reconnaissance aircrafts.

The regime forces and the Palestinian Liberation Army bombarded the buildings with sweeping 77-UR, high impact swivel hoses, which was manufactured to detonate the mines planted on the roads. According to eye witness accounts, the bombardments caused large-scale destruction to the residential neighborhoods and fires in the civilian houses.

While activists and residents of Yarmouk camp criticized the international and Palestinian silence in front of the bloodshed of Palestinian refugees in Yarmouk camp, and the systematic destruction of residential neighborhoods by the Syrian and Russian regimes.

They also demanded through the social network pages, the international institutions, the PLO and the Palestinian factions to move to neutralize civilians and save the remaining infrastructure in the besieged Yarmouk camp.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/6992