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2 Palestinian Refugees Detained in Greece Launch Cry for Help

Published : 22-06-2019

2 Palestinian Refugees Detained in Greece Launch Cry for Help

Palestinian refugees from Syria Yaser Fa’our and Mu’amar Yousef Murad, from Yarmouk Camp, have appealed to the international human rights organizations, the Palestine Liberation Organization, and Palestinian factions to take urgent action so as to pressurize the Greek authorities to release them.

The two refugees were taken to Athens, pending their trial. Release appeals filed by their attorneys have been rebuffed.

Palestinian refugees from Syria who have been stranded in Greece continue to sound distress signals after most European states opted for a closed-door immigration policy, leaving hundreds of refugees trapped in underequipped makeshift camps. An agreement between Turkey and Greece to tighten grip on refugees from Syria trying to creep into the Greek territories via the Turkish borders has made the situation far worse. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8802

Palestinian refugees from Syria Yaser Fa’our and Mu’amar Yousef Murad, from Yarmouk Camp, have appealed to the international human rights organizations, the Palestine Liberation Organization, and Palestinian factions to take urgent action so as to pressurize the Greek authorities to release them.

The two refugees were taken to Athens, pending their trial. Release appeals filed by their attorneys have been rebuffed.

Palestinian refugees from Syria who have been stranded in Greece continue to sound distress signals after most European states opted for a closed-door immigration policy, leaving hundreds of refugees trapped in underequipped makeshift camps. An agreement between Turkey and Greece to tighten grip on refugees from Syria trying to creep into the Greek territories via the Turkish borders has made the situation far worse. 

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8802