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AGPS: 17 PLA Gunmen Missing in Syria since 2011

Published : 03-07-2019

AGPS: 17 PLA Gunmen Missing in Syria since 2011

AGPS kept record of the mysterious disappearance of 17 members of the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) since the outbreak of the Syrian warfare in 2011.

Several PLA affiliates have been kidnapped by the different warring parties at government-run checkpoints. Others were arrested inside military barracks.

A number of PLA gunmen had also been held captive by the opposition outfits, including by Jaysh AlIslam in Duma, in Eastern AlGhouta, before they were released as part of a prisoner swap deal struck with the Syrian government forces in Duma in order to liberate all the captives.

Over 270 PLA fighters have been pronounced dead since the outbreak of the deadly shootouts in Syria, according to AGPS data.

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/8849

AGPS kept record of the mysterious disappearance of 17 members of the Palestine Liberation Army (PLA) since the outbreak of the Syrian warfare in 2011.

Several PLA affiliates have been kidnapped by the different warring parties at government-run checkpoints. Others were arrested inside military barracks.

A number of PLA gunmen had also been held captive by the opposition outfits, including by Jaysh AlIslam in Duma, in Eastern AlGhouta, before they were released as part of a prisoner swap deal struck with the Syrian government forces in Duma in order to liberate all the captives.

Over 270 PLA fighters have been pronounced dead since the outbreak of the deadly shootouts in Syria, according to AGPS data.

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/8849