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The Action Group: The destruction of Yarmouk camp is worse than expected and reports suggest that more than 60% of its buildings have been destroyed

Published : 26-04-2018

The Action Group: The destruction of Yarmouk camp is worse than expected and reports suggest that more than 60% of its buildings have been destroyed

The Action Group has confirmed that the amount of destruction that has hit Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees has exceeded all expectations, pushing the Action Group and a number of activists to describe the scene as shocking. An eyewitness from Yarmouk camp asserted that lanes and houses were completely destroyed, as a result of the bombardments by explosive barrels, rockets and warplanes, noting that families were buried under the rubble of their homes and that the amount of damage that hit the camp is about 60%, according to him.

According to the Action Group’s correspondent, the lanes of west Yarmouk and Al-Magharba were almost completely destroyed, while the houses and lanes of Streets 15 and 30, the building blocks project and other areas were partially damaged, following their bombardments with air raids and rockets.

The great magnitude of the destruction of Yarmouk camp indicates the extent of the damage that has affected the remaining residents of Yarmouk camp, which are estimated at 3000 refugees. More than 90% of its residents have been displaced to the towns of Yelda, Babilla and Beit Sahm, and if given the opportunity to return, they will not find their homes.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7013

The Action Group has confirmed that the amount of destruction that has hit Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees has exceeded all expectations, pushing the Action Group and a number of activists to describe the scene as shocking. An eyewitness from Yarmouk camp asserted that lanes and houses were completely destroyed, as a result of the bombardments by explosive barrels, rockets and warplanes, noting that families were buried under the rubble of their homes and that the amount of damage that hit the camp is about 60%, according to him.

According to the Action Group’s correspondent, the lanes of west Yarmouk and Al-Magharba were almost completely destroyed, while the houses and lanes of Streets 15 and 30, the building blocks project and other areas were partially damaged, following their bombardments with air raids and rockets.

The great magnitude of the destruction of Yarmouk camp indicates the extent of the damage that has affected the remaining residents of Yarmouk camp, which are estimated at 3000 refugees. More than 90% of its residents have been displaced to the towns of Yelda, Babilla and Beit Sahm, and if given the opportunity to return, they will not find their homes.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7013