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Family Appeals for Information over Fate of 2 Missing Palestinian Brothers in Syria

Published : 05-06-2019

Family Appeals for Information over Fate of 2 Missing Palestinian Brothers in Syria

A number of Palestinian and Syrian migrants were rescued by the Turkish coast guard a couple of days earlier off the Aegean seashore, on their way to Greek islands.

Turkish sources said the engine of the migrant boat went out of operation after it run out of fuel, just 25 minutes after it set sail from Bodrum, on Turkey’s western coast. The migrants were found exhausted and with neither food nor water.

The rescued migrants were taken to Hatay detention center, on the Turkish-Syrian borders pending their deportation to Idlib province, north of Syria.

Activists said they reached out to the Red Cross and the International Migration Organization to work out the migrants’ situation, but to no avail. Their condition remains unconfirmed.

AGPS has also learned that Palestinian refugee from Syria Basel Azzam, who was deported from the Ataturk International Airport after he failed to obtain a visa, died.

Basel reportedly went on a hunger strike to protest his deportation to Lebanon or Syria. But his appeals have gone unheeded and he was pushed back to northern Syria, where he was killed in Russian onslaughts on the area.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8729

A number of Palestinian and Syrian migrants were rescued by the Turkish coast guard a couple of days earlier off the Aegean seashore, on their way to Greek islands.

Turkish sources said the engine of the migrant boat went out of operation after it run out of fuel, just 25 minutes after it set sail from Bodrum, on Turkey’s western coast. The migrants were found exhausted and with neither food nor water.

The rescued migrants were taken to Hatay detention center, on the Turkish-Syrian borders pending their deportation to Idlib province, north of Syria.

Activists said they reached out to the Red Cross and the International Migration Organization to work out the migrants’ situation, but to no avail. Their condition remains unconfirmed.

AGPS has also learned that Palestinian refugee from Syria Basel Azzam, who was deported from the Ataturk International Airport after he failed to obtain a visa, died.

Basel reportedly went on a hunger strike to protest his deportation to Lebanon or Syria. But his appeals have gone unheeded and he was pushed back to northern Syria, where he was killed in Russian onslaughts on the area.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8729