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Palestinian Refugee Succumbs to Wounds Inflicted by Gunmen North of Syria

Published : 12-06-2019

Palestinian Refugee Succumbs to Wounds Inflicted by Gunmen North of Syria

Palestinian refugee Reyad Bashir AlKhatib, who was displaced from Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus, to Efrin, in northern Syria, succumbed to wounds he sustained after he was shot on June 6 by anonymous assailants in Efrin.

The refugee breathed his last at a Turkish hospital on Monday.

An activist told AGPS that three gunmen opened fire at a Palestinian refugee outside of his home over allegations that he has been releasing counterfeit reports about the transfer of Palestinian refugees to northern Syria. The refugee sustained skull fractures and was rushed to a Turkish hospital.

Last week, the Documentation Center of Palestinian Refugees denied reports about underway attempts to transfer Palestinian refugees to northern Syria.

The statement came in response to reports released by the The Violations Documentation Center (VDC) about the projected settlement of 1,500 displaced Palestinian families in Efrin.

The Documentation Center of Palestinian Refugees slammed the report as “politicized”, saying VDC has not reached out to reliable parties before publishing the counterfeit news on its website.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8759

Palestinian refugee Reyad Bashir AlKhatib, who was displaced from Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus, to Efrin, in northern Syria, succumbed to wounds he sustained after he was shot on June 6 by anonymous assailants in Efrin.

The refugee breathed his last at a Turkish hospital on Monday.

An activist told AGPS that three gunmen opened fire at a Palestinian refugee outside of his home over allegations that he has been releasing counterfeit reports about the transfer of Palestinian refugees to northern Syria. The refugee sustained skull fractures and was rushed to a Turkish hospital.

Last week, the Documentation Center of Palestinian Refugees denied reports about underway attempts to transfer Palestinian refugees to northern Syria.

The statement came in response to reports released by the The Violations Documentation Center (VDC) about the projected settlement of 1,500 displaced Palestinian families in Efrin.

The Documentation Center of Palestinian Refugees slammed the report as “politicized”, saying VDC has not reached out to reliable parties before publishing the counterfeit news on its website.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8759