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Palestinian Refugees Raise Concerns over Uncontrolled Arms-Possession in AlBadawi Camp

Published : 17-04-2019

Palestinian Refugees Raise Concerns over Uncontrolled Arms-Possession in AlBadawi Camp

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families sheltered in AlBadawi Camp, in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, have launched cries for help over the security mayhem rocking the area due to the uncontrolled circulation of weapons.

On Monday, a Syrian national was reportedly shot and injured in his leg by two unidentified gunmen, sparking panic among civilians, particularly children.

Palestinian refugees taking shelter in the camp have appealed to the local popular committees to make urgent steps in response to the arbitrary shootouts carried out by gunmen in the camp.

Statistics conducted by local NGOs documented a remarkable decrease in the number of Palestinian families from Syria sheltered in AlBadawi Camp owing to the life-threatening security turmoil along with the dire socio-economic conditions and ambivalent legal status endured by the displaced families.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8570

Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families sheltered in AlBadawi Camp, in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli, have launched cries for help over the security mayhem rocking the area due to the uncontrolled circulation of weapons.

On Monday, a Syrian national was reportedly shot and injured in his leg by two unidentified gunmen, sparking panic among civilians, particularly children.

Palestinian refugees taking shelter in the camp have appealed to the local popular committees to make urgent steps in response to the arbitrary shootouts carried out by gunmen in the camp.

Statistics conducted by local NGOs documented a remarkable decrease in the number of Palestinian families from Syria sheltered in AlBadawi Camp owing to the life-threatening security turmoil along with the dire socio-economic conditions and ambivalent legal status endured by the displaced families.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8570