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Dozens of Palestinian Families in Idlib at Risk of Deportation, Homelessness

Published : 10-09-2018

Dozens of Palestinian Families in Idlib at Risk of Deportation, Homelessness

Dozens of Palestinian refugee families forcibly deported from Khan Esheih and Yarmouk refugee camps to northern Syria have launched a cry for help over their deteriorating state of affairs, saying that have become at a higher risk of renewed deportation and displacement.

The displaced civilians seeking shelter north of Syria have been crammed in over-crowded and poorly-equipped tents. Lack of relief and humanitarian assistance has added bad to worse.

Sometime earlier, the United Nations called on Russia, Iran, and Turkey to work on preventing the outburst of renewed hostilities on Idlib.

The UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian also warned of the repercussions of a humanitarian crisis to rock Idlib, describing the situation as a ticking bomb.

Syria’s northern province and surrounding areas are the last major swathe of territory held by opposition outfits in Syria’s seven-year-old war. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7675

Dozens of Palestinian refugee families forcibly deported from Khan Esheih and Yarmouk refugee camps to northern Syria have launched a cry for help over their deteriorating state of affairs, saying that have become at a higher risk of renewed deportation and displacement.

The displaced civilians seeking shelter north of Syria have been crammed in over-crowded and poorly-equipped tents. Lack of relief and humanitarian assistance has added bad to worse.

Sometime earlier, the United Nations called on Russia, Iran, and Turkey to work on preventing the outburst of renewed hostilities on Idlib.

The UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian also warned of the repercussions of a humanitarian crisis to rock Idlib, describing the situation as a ticking bomb.

Syria’s northern province and surrounding areas are the last major swathe of territory held by opposition outfits in Syria’s seven-year-old war. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7675