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Palestinians from Syria in Sudan Voice Deep Concern over Their Fate

Published : 11-06-2019

Palestinians from Syria in Sudan Voice Deep Concern over Their Fate

Hundreds of Palestinian refugees from Syria in Sudan have raised concerns about their fate in light of the security turmoil rocking the Sudanese territories following the military coup d’état, ousting Omar AlBashir who ruled the country for 30 years.

According to unconfirmed sources, 1,000 Palestinian refugees have sought shelter in Sudan, fleeing war-ragged Syria.

Low wages, high rates of unemployment, and socio-economic marginalization have made life unbearable for Palestinian refugees in Sudan, forcing dozens of refugees to beg in the streets in order to feed their starved families.

Palestinians from Syria in Sudan are not granted a refugee status and are, thus, deprived of their basic rights and subjected to costly visa fees. The lack of relief aid and humanitarian assistance has made the situation far worse.

Dozens of families who fled to Libya, in a life-threatening journey via the Sudanese desert, attempting to head for Europe onboard the “death boats”, have fallen prey to arbitrary abductions, exploitation, and looting by human traffickers and sea gangsters.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8752

Hundreds of Palestinian refugees from Syria in Sudan have raised concerns about their fate in light of the security turmoil rocking the Sudanese territories following the military coup d’état, ousting Omar AlBashir who ruled the country for 30 years.

According to unconfirmed sources, 1,000 Palestinian refugees have sought shelter in Sudan, fleeing war-ragged Syria.

Low wages, high rates of unemployment, and socio-economic marginalization have made life unbearable for Palestinian refugees in Sudan, forcing dozens of refugees to beg in the streets in order to feed their starved families.

Palestinians from Syria in Sudan are not granted a refugee status and are, thus, deprived of their basic rights and subjected to costly visa fees. The lack of relief aid and humanitarian assistance has made the situation far worse.

Dozens of families who fled to Libya, in a life-threatening journey via the Sudanese desert, attempting to head for Europe onboard the “death boats”, have fallen prey to arbitrary abductions, exploitation, and looting by human traffickers and sea gangsters.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8752