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Palestinian Families Facing Dire Conditions upon Return to Gilin Camp

Published : 19-08-2018

Palestinian Families Facing Dire Conditions upon Return to Gilin Camp

Palestinian refugees who have returned to Gilin camp, after they fled the shelter due to the rampant shelling and shootouts between the Syrian government forces and ISIS militias, have sounded distress signals over the unbearable situation they have been enduring in the area.

Activists said Gilin’s infrastructure has sustained massive destruction in the warfare. Power and water supplies have also run out in the camp.

Scores of families were forced to live on the outskirts of the camp as they rummaged around for food and water.

The residents said no serious action has been made by the Syrian government or relief institutions to remove debris and rehabilitate infrastructure.

Shootouts between the Syrian government forces and ISIS battalions, along with crackdowns launched by the latter, forced dozens of families to seek shelter in Zizon, fleeing the embattled Gilin area.

Located some 25 kilometers away northwest of Daraa’s city center, Gilin Camp was home to 5,000 families displaced from the occupied Palestinian territories.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7583

Palestinian refugees who have returned to Gilin camp, after they fled the shelter due to the rampant shelling and shootouts between the Syrian government forces and ISIS militias, have sounded distress signals over the unbearable situation they have been enduring in the area.

Activists said Gilin’s infrastructure has sustained massive destruction in the warfare. Power and water supplies have also run out in the camp.

Scores of families were forced to live on the outskirts of the camp as they rummaged around for food and water.

The residents said no serious action has been made by the Syrian government or relief institutions to remove debris and rehabilitate infrastructure.

Shootouts between the Syrian government forces and ISIS battalions, along with crackdowns launched by the latter, forced dozens of families to seek shelter in Zizon, fleeing the embattled Gilin area.

Located some 25 kilometers away northwest of Daraa’s city center, Gilin Camp was home to 5,000 families displaced from the occupied Palestinian territories.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7583