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Activists Appeal for Release of Palestinian Family from Syria in Turkey

Published : 17-04-2019

Activists Appeal for Release of Palestinian Family from Syria in Turkey

In appeals published on her Facebook page, Palestinian activist Fatima Jaber urged Palestine’s Ambassador to Turkey, the human rights NGOs, and all concerned institutions to join forces in order to pressurize the Turkish authorities to release a Palestinian family from Syria whose members have been detained for over seven days running.

Jaber said Hoda Abdul Rahim Abdullah, her daughter Nahla Mohamed Alyan, and her sons Mohamed Ayman Daouah, aged three, and one-year-old toddler Omar Ayman Daouah, disappeared on April 11 on their way to Greece via the Turkish borders.

On Monday, the father was told that the family members have been detained by the Turkish gendarmerie inside a detention camp in Edirne’s forests, west of Turkey. The family had also reportedly been subjected to a property-theft assault on the migration route. The Turkish gendarmerie allegedly smashed their mobile phones to prevent them from reaching out to other parties.

According to the activist, toddler Omar was transferred to a hospital on Monday, April 15, after heavy rains fell on his vulnerable body. He is in a critical condition.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8571

In appeals published on her Facebook page, Palestinian activist Fatima Jaber urged Palestine’s Ambassador to Turkey, the human rights NGOs, and all concerned institutions to join forces in order to pressurize the Turkish authorities to release a Palestinian family from Syria whose members have been detained for over seven days running.

Jaber said Hoda Abdul Rahim Abdullah, her daughter Nahla Mohamed Alyan, and her sons Mohamed Ayman Daouah, aged three, and one-year-old toddler Omar Ayman Daouah, disappeared on April 11 on their way to Greece via the Turkish borders.

On Monday, the father was told that the family members have been detained by the Turkish gendarmerie inside a detention camp in Edirne’s forests, west of Turkey. The family had also reportedly been subjected to a property-theft assault on the migration route. The Turkish gendarmerie allegedly smashed their mobile phones to prevent them from reaching out to other parties.

According to the activist, toddler Omar was transferred to a hospital on Monday, April 15, after heavy rains fell on his vulnerable body. He is in a critical condition.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8571