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Palestinian Refugees from Syria Subjected to Heavy Beating by Turkish Border Police

Published : 26-06-2019

Palestinian Refugees from Syria Subjected to Heavy Beating by Turkish Border Police

A number of Palestinian refugees were heavily beaten by the Turkish border guard as they attempted to cross the Syrian-Turkish borders. The refugees were pushed back to war-torn Syria.

The refugees, including women, were displaced from Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus, to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria. On Saturday, they attempted to reach the Turkish territories, fleeing the security turmoil in Syria, before they were caught by the Turkish border cops and violently beaten. They were detained for hours before being sent back to Syria.

AGPS continues to urge the Turkish authorities to cease crackdowns against Palestinian refugees from Syria and to bring to court gendarmerie officers involved in psycho-physical violations, including beating and shooting, against Palestinian and Syrian asylum-seekers.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8819

A number of Palestinian refugees were heavily beaten by the Turkish border guard as they attempted to cross the Syrian-Turkish borders. The refugees were pushed back to war-torn Syria.

The refugees, including women, were displaced from Yarmouk Camp, in Damascus, to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria. On Saturday, they attempted to reach the Turkish territories, fleeing the security turmoil in Syria, before they were caught by the Turkish border cops and violently beaten. They were detained for hours before being sent back to Syria.

AGPS continues to urge the Turkish authorities to cease crackdowns against Palestinian refugees from Syria and to bring to court gendarmerie officers involved in psycho-physical violations, including beating and shooting, against Palestinian and Syrian asylum-seekers.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8819