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Talal Naji: Over 400 Members of PFLP-GC Killed in War-Torn Syria

Published : 09-06-2019

Talal Naji: Over 400 Members of PFLP-GC Killed in War-Torn Syria

Assistant Secretary-General of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC), Talel Naji, said 1,858 Palestinian refugees were killed as they fought alongside the Syrian government forces, including 400 PFLP-GC members, 285 members of the Palestine Liberation Army, 1,100 members of Liwaa AlQuds, 42 members of Fatah AlIntifada, 11 members of the Palestinian Popular Struggle Front, 10 members of AlSaeka Brigade, and 10 others from Free Palestine Movement.

Speaking with AlMaydeen news channel, Naji said nearly 3,500 Palestinian refugees have been pronounced dead in Syria since the outburst of the bloody warfare, adding that 200,000 refugees, out of 535,000 formerly sheltered in Syria, fled the country as a result of the deadly hostilities.

Shortly after the outburst of the conflict, the Syrian government forced Palestinian refugees aged 18 and above to join affiliated militias for periods of at least one year and a half.

Those who refuse conscription are subjected to crackdowns, abductions and even executions. As a result, thousands fled the tension-stricken country in the hunt for a safer shelter.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8745

Assistant Secretary-General of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC), Talel Naji, said 1,858 Palestinian refugees were killed as they fought alongside the Syrian government forces, including 400 PFLP-GC members, 285 members of the Palestine Liberation Army, 1,100 members of Liwaa AlQuds, 42 members of Fatah AlIntifada, 11 members of the Palestinian Popular Struggle Front, 10 members of AlSaeka Brigade, and 10 others from Free Palestine Movement.

Speaking with AlMaydeen news channel, Naji said nearly 3,500 Palestinian refugees have been pronounced dead in Syria since the outburst of the bloody warfare, adding that 200,000 refugees, out of 535,000 formerly sheltered in Syria, fled the country as a result of the deadly hostilities.

Shortly after the outburst of the conflict, the Syrian government forced Palestinian refugees aged 18 and above to join affiliated militias for periods of at least one year and a half.

Those who refuse conscription are subjected to crackdowns, abductions and even executions. As a result, thousands fled the tension-stricken country in the hunt for a safer shelter.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8745