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2 Palestinian Brothers Honored in Lebanon’s Burj Barajneh Camp

Published : 06-07-2019

2 Palestinian Brothers Honored in Lebanon’s Burj Barajneh Camp

The Amal Club in Burj AlBarajneh refugee camp, in Beirut, paid tribute to two Palestinian brothers from Syria—Beshr Mazen Yousef and Aws Mazen Yousef—for their good conduct and the outstanding results they achieved during the school year.

The two children joined the karate club in Burj AlBarajneh refugee camp and are currently taking shelter in Shatila camp, south of Beirut. Their father gives them a daily lift to and back from the club on his bicycle.

The family fled the embattled Yarmouk Camp in Syria to Lebanon.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinians from Syria have sought refuge in Lebanon, where they have been enduring exacerbated living conditions and subjected to a precarious legal status.

The price leap, steep rental fees, expensive education charges, and lack of access to the local labor market, along with the absence of relief aids, have made life unbearable for the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8859

The Amal Club in Burj AlBarajneh refugee camp, in Beirut, paid tribute to two Palestinian brothers from Syria—Beshr Mazen Yousef and Aws Mazen Yousef—for their good conduct and the outstanding results they achieved during the school year.

The two children joined the karate club in Burj AlBarajneh refugee camp and are currently taking shelter in Shatila camp, south of Beirut. Their father gives them a daily lift to and back from the club on his bicycle.

The family fled the embattled Yarmouk Camp in Syria to Lebanon.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinians from Syria have sought refuge in Lebanon, where they have been enduring exacerbated living conditions and subjected to a precarious legal status.

The price leap, steep rental fees, expensive education charges, and lack of access to the local labor market, along with the absence of relief aids, have made life unbearable for the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8859