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Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Child from Syria Received by Swedish King

Published : 16-09-2018

Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Child from Syria Received by Swedish King

The King of Sweden Charles XVI Gustave received in his royal palace in Stockholm on Friday the Palestinian child from Syria Akram Jamal Hama, aged seven and diagnosed with blood cancer.

Akram’s twin brother and his parents accompanied him during the visit, which was carried out after the child expressed his wishes to meet the King.

A video and pictures released from the royal palace show the warmth with which the child was received by the King of Sweden.

The family offered a painting drawn by the Palestinian artisti Ahmed Salma and reading “Palestine” in Arabic.

Akram was diagnosed with cancer some two years ago and undergone chemotherapy in Uppsala.

A relative said Akram was born and raised in Syria before he fled with his father on board the “death boats” to Europe seeking a safe shelter.

Thousands of Palestinian children from Syria have gone traumatized as a result of the fierce shootouts and bloody hostilities rocking Palestinian refugee camps and communities across war-torn Syria. Dozens have also been arbitrarily detained and tortured to death in Syrian dungeons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7699

The King of Sweden Charles XVI Gustave received in his royal palace in Stockholm on Friday the Palestinian child from Syria Akram Jamal Hama, aged seven and diagnosed with blood cancer.

Akram’s twin brother and his parents accompanied him during the visit, which was carried out after the child expressed his wishes to meet the King.

A video and pictures released from the royal palace show the warmth with which the child was received by the King of Sweden.

The family offered a painting drawn by the Palestinian artisti Ahmed Salma and reading “Palestine” in Arabic.

Akram was diagnosed with cancer some two years ago and undergone chemotherapy in Uppsala.

A relative said Akram was born and raised in Syria before he fled with his father on board the “death boats” to Europe seeking a safe shelter.

Thousands of Palestinian children from Syria have gone traumatized as a result of the fierce shootouts and bloody hostilities rocking Palestinian refugee camps and communities across war-torn Syria. Dozens have also been arbitrarily detained and tortured to death in Syrian dungeons.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7699