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Displaced Palestinian Refugees Rally in I’zaz Camp over Mistreatment by Local Authorities

Published : 15-01-2019

Displaced Palestinian Refugees Rally in I’zaz Camp over Mistreatment by Local Authorities

Palestinian and Syrian families rallied on Sunday outside of I’zaz Camp, protesting the mistreatment they have been subjected to by the local administration.

Speaking with AGPS by phone, the administration of I’zaz Camp denied, however, the allegations, saying staff have been doing their best to meet the refugees’ needs.

Admins added that the rally held by the displaced refugees came following a decision prohibiting the transfer of meals from the restaurant to the tents in order to preserve public hygiene and reduce the propagation of rats in the area.

The camp administration also denied reports that 13 residents suffered rat bites, saying only two such cases have been spotted in the camp.

The displaced families confirmed, however, that 13 civilians, whose names and pictures have been documented, sustained injuries and scars all over their bodies as a result of rat bites. They held the camp administration responsible for the crisis due to its apathy regarding the residents’ appeals for urgent action.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8177

Palestinian and Syrian families rallied on Sunday outside of I’zaz Camp, protesting the mistreatment they have been subjected to by the local administration.

Speaking with AGPS by phone, the administration of I’zaz Camp denied, however, the allegations, saying staff have been doing their best to meet the refugees’ needs.

Admins added that the rally held by the displaced refugees came following a decision prohibiting the transfer of meals from the restaurant to the tents in order to preserve public hygiene and reduce the propagation of rats in the area.

The camp administration also denied reports that 13 residents suffered rat bites, saying only two such cases have been spotted in the camp.

The displaced families confirmed, however, that 13 civilians, whose names and pictures have been documented, sustained injuries and scars all over their bodies as a result of rat bites. They held the camp administration responsible for the crisis due to its apathy regarding the residents’ appeals for urgent action.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8177