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Situation of Palestinians in Lebanon Refugee Camp Exacerbated by Illegal Weapon Possession

Published : 25-09-2018

Situation of Palestinians in Lebanon Refugee Camp Exacerbated by Illegal Weapon Possession

Palestinian refugees taking shelter in Ein AlHilweh refugee camp, in the southern Lebanese city of Sidon, continue to sound distress signals over the security mayhem rocking the area as a result of the illegal possession of weapons.

Some 760 Palestinian families taking refuge in Ein AlHilweh, after they fled the deadly warfare in Syria, have been facing a dire situation as a result of the bloody shootouts and assassinations.

Dozens of families have gone homeless after they were forced to leave the camp as a result of the security mayhem.

The refugees called on the international institutions and the UN bodies to immediately intervene and work on restoring calm and security in the camp.

Activists spoke out against the politicized incitements secretly launched by Palestinian factions in the camp for political purposes, saying such parties are rather a stumbling block in Palestinians’ anti-occupation struggle.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7736

Palestinian refugees taking shelter in Ein AlHilweh refugee camp, in the southern Lebanese city of Sidon, continue to sound distress signals over the security mayhem rocking the area as a result of the illegal possession of weapons.

Some 760 Palestinian families taking refuge in Ein AlHilweh, after they fled the deadly warfare in Syria, have been facing a dire situation as a result of the bloody shootouts and assassinations.

Dozens of families have gone homeless after they were forced to leave the camp as a result of the security mayhem.

The refugees called on the international institutions and the UN bodies to immediately intervene and work on restoring calm and security in the camp.

Activists spoke out against the politicized incitements secretly launched by Palestinian factions in the camp for political purposes, saying such parties are rather a stumbling block in Palestinians’ anti-occupation struggle.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7736