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Missing Palestinian Family from Syria Spotted in Turkey

Published : 19-04-2019

Missing Palestinian Family from Syria Spotted in Turkey

A Palestinian woman from Syria and her two children were found seven days after they had disappeared from Istanbul, on April 11, on their way to Greece via the Turkish borders.

Nahla Mohamed Alyan and her two kids—Mohamed Ayman Daouah, aged three years and one-year toddler Omar Ayman Daouah—returned to their home in Istanbul.

Activists said 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.

The family used to take shelter in the impoverished Yarmouk Camp in Syria and got deported to Yalda town and then to I’zaz region, north of Syria, before they fled to Turkey.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8579

A Palestinian woman from Syria and her two children were found seven days after they had disappeared from Istanbul, on April 11, on their way to Greece via the Turkish borders.

Nahla Mohamed Alyan and her two kids—Mohamed Ayman Daouah, aged three years and one-year toddler Omar Ayman Daouah—returned to their home in Istanbul.

Activists said 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.

The family used to take shelter in the impoverished Yarmouk Camp in Syria and got deported to Yalda town and then to I’zaz region, north of Syria, before they fled to Turkey.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8579