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Arbitrary Abductions on the Rise in Syria’s Jaramana Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 24-04-2019

Arbitrary Abductions on the Rise in Syria’s Jaramana Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Residents of Jaramana Camp for Palestinian refugees continue to sound alarm bells over the simmering abductions carried out against civilians in the area.

The residents said they have been blackmailed over their appeals for release and protection.

Over recent years, several civilians, including children, have gone missing in Jaramana Camp. Palestinian child Zein Ahmad Taameh disappeared from AlAmeen Street in Jaramana Camp on Monday, April 1, on his way back home from Palestine School, run by UNRWA. Three-year-old Palestinian child Teym Samer Jamil Surur, a resident of Sakhnin Street in Jaramana Camp, in Rif Dimashq, has also gone missing since April 18. His family continues to appeal for information over his condition and whereabouts.

In a video circulated on social media network Facebook, a child taking shelter in Jaramana Camp shows how she was subjected to an abduction attempt by an anonymous gang. The video was removed sometime later. Instead, the girl published another video in which she gave instructions about ways to protect children from abductions.

According to AGPS data, over 300 Palestinian refugees have gone missing in war-torn Syria, mostly from Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8601

Residents of Jaramana Camp for Palestinian refugees continue to sound alarm bells over the simmering abductions carried out against civilians in the area.

The residents said they have been blackmailed over their appeals for release and protection.

Over recent years, several civilians, including children, have gone missing in Jaramana Camp. Palestinian child Zein Ahmad Taameh disappeared from AlAmeen Street in Jaramana Camp on Monday, April 1, on his way back home from Palestine School, run by UNRWA. Three-year-old Palestinian child Teym Samer Jamil Surur, a resident of Sakhnin Street in Jaramana Camp, in Rif Dimashq, has also gone missing since April 18. His family continues to appeal for information over his condition and whereabouts.

In a video circulated on social media network Facebook, a child taking shelter in Jaramana Camp shows how she was subjected to an abduction attempt by an anonymous gang. The video was removed sometime later. Instead, the girl published another video in which she gave instructions about ways to protect children from abductions.

According to AGPS data, over 300 Palestinian refugees have gone missing in war-torn Syria, mostly from Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8601