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Pro-Gov’t Gunman Dead in Syria

Published : 23-06-2019

Pro-Gov’t Gunman Dead in Syria

In another development, member of Syria’s pro-government Liwaa AlQuds brigade Fawzi Hamza, called Abu Tareq, was pronounced dead while in a military mission in Deri AlZor, north of Syria.

Abu Tareq was a resident of Jaramana Camp, in Damascus, and the chief of Liwa AQuds site in Khan Dannun.

Nearly 7,000 gunmen are enlisted at Liwaa AlQuds brigade, among them 800 Palestinian refugees taking shelter in refugee camps across the Syrian territories.

AGPS kept record of the death of 86 Palestinian refugees as they fought alongside Liwaa AlQuds forces since 2013.

The Syrian government forces continue to drag Palestinian refugees to mandatory military conscription, forcing dozens to become internally displaced and dozens more to seek refuge in other countries.

Shortly after the outburst of the deadly warfare, 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/8805

In another development, member of Syria’s pro-government Liwaa AlQuds brigade Fawzi Hamza, called Abu Tareq, was pronounced dead while in a military mission in Deri AlZor, north of Syria.

Abu Tareq was a resident of Jaramana Camp, in Damascus, and the chief of Liwa AQuds site in Khan Dannun.

Nearly 7,000 gunmen are enlisted at Liwaa AlQuds brigade, among them 800 Palestinian refugees taking shelter in refugee camps across the Syrian territories.

AGPS kept record of the death of 86 Palestinian refugees as they fought alongside Liwaa AlQuds forces since 2013.

The Syrian government forces continue to drag Palestinian refugees to mandatory military conscription, forcing dozens to become internally displaced and dozens more to seek refuge in other countries.

Shortly after the outburst of the deadly warfare, 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/8805