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28 Palestinians Killed in Pro-Gov’t Battles in Syria

Published : 19-07-2019

28 Palestinians Killed in Pro-Gov’t Battles in Syria

28 Palestinian refugees died as they fought alongside popular committees affiliated with the government forces. Most of the casualties are residents of Yarmouk Camp in Damascus and Handarat and AlNeirab refugee camps, in Aleppo.

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.

AGPS has documented the death of over 3,900 Palestinian refugees in Syria, including women and children, since 2011, as a result of war-related incidents.

Scores of Palestinian refugees have also been left wounded, including dozens who have undergone limb amputation or eye loss.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8917

28 Palestinian refugees died as they fought alongside popular committees affiliated with the government forces. Most of the casualties are residents of Yarmouk Camp in Damascus and Handarat and AlNeirab refugee camps, in Aleppo.

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.

AGPS has documented the death of over 3,900 Palestinian refugees in Syria, including women and children, since 2011, as a result of war-related incidents.

Scores of Palestinian refugees have also been left wounded, including dozens who have undergone limb amputation or eye loss.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8917