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Palestinian Refugee Arrested, Others Injured by Jindires Police North of Syria

Published : 09-09-2018

Palestinian Refugee Arrested, Others Injured by Jindires Police North of Syria

A couple of days earlier, police forces from Jindires town, northwest of Aleppo, arrested the Palestinian refugee Mohamed Eid Noufel, nicknamed Abu AlThawrah and deported from southern Damascus to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria.

In a footage released by activists from the camp, policemen are seen rounding up the young man amid a state of high tension and seething anger among the refugees.

Two civilians sustained injuries from gunfire unleashed by policemen after the refugees protested the arbitrary detention of the young man.

Activists said the arrestee was injured and had his leg amputated as a result of severe wounds sustained south of Damascus. He was, sometime later, deported from AlTadhamun neighborhood to southern Damascus towns and then to Deir Ballout Camp.

The residents said several such arrests have been carried out by opposition forces in the camp. They denied allegations of affiliations with ISIS or involvement in drug trafficking.

Most of those who were detained in the area were captured as they joined rallies and protests calling for humanitarian assistance.

Deir Ballout Camp has been set up next to the Turkish-funded Muhamadiya Camp as refugee influx across Syria has increased. The two neighboring camps are home to 1,100 poorly-equipped tents.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7671

A couple of days earlier, police forces from Jindires town, northwest of Aleppo, arrested the Palestinian refugee Mohamed Eid Noufel, nicknamed Abu AlThawrah and deported from southern Damascus to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria.

In a footage released by activists from the camp, policemen are seen rounding up the young man amid a state of high tension and seething anger among the refugees.

Two civilians sustained injuries from gunfire unleashed by policemen after the refugees protested the arbitrary detention of the young man.

Activists said the arrestee was injured and had his leg amputated as a result of severe wounds sustained south of Damascus. He was, sometime later, deported from AlTadhamun neighborhood to southern Damascus towns and then to Deir Ballout Camp.

The residents said several such arrests have been carried out by opposition forces in the camp. They denied allegations of affiliations with ISIS or involvement in drug trafficking.

Most of those who were detained in the area were captured as they joined rallies and protests calling for humanitarian assistance.

Deir Ballout Camp has been set up next to the Turkish-funded Muhamadiya Camp as refugee influx across Syria has increased. The two neighboring camps are home to 1,100 poorly-equipped tents.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7671