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AGPS Issues New Report about Palestinian Victims & Detainees in Syria until June 2019

Published : 10-08-2019

AGPS Issues New Report about Palestinian Victims & Detainees in Syria until June 2019

In a newly-released report, AGPS documented the death of 3,987 Palestinian refugees in and from war-torn Syria since March 2011 until June 2019 due to war-released incidents.

The report sheds light on the number of victims and detainees since the outbreak of of the conflict until June 2019.

The second part of the report covers the death toll of the first half of 2019.

The third part is devoted to data about displaced Palestinians during the period under study.

Data included in the report is based on statistics released by UNRWA and local NGOs operating outside of UNRWA’s fields of operation.

The report is another chain in the series of studies released by AGPS in an attempt to spotlight the situation of Palestinian refugees in the embattled Syrian territories.

Data on the time, location, gender, age, and status (civilian, military) figures in the report.

As appears in the report, AGPS does not hold a given party accountable for the war crimes committed in Syria. The situation, AGPS believes, is the outcome of different factors and crises wrought by all warring parties in Syria.

AGPS appeals to the International Criminal Court, among other international bodies, to urgently step in and prosecute those involved in war crimes and human rights violations against civilians, including Palestinian refugees.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8972

In a newly-released report, AGPS documented the death of 3,987 Palestinian refugees in and from war-torn Syria since March 2011 until June 2019 due to war-released incidents.

The report sheds light on the number of victims and detainees since the outbreak of of the conflict until June 2019.

The second part of the report covers the death toll of the first half of 2019.

The third part is devoted to data about displaced Palestinians during the period under study.

Data included in the report is based on statistics released by UNRWA and local NGOs operating outside of UNRWA’s fields of operation.

The report is another chain in the series of studies released by AGPS in an attempt to spotlight the situation of Palestinian refugees in the embattled Syrian territories.

Data on the time, location, gender, age, and status (civilian, military) figures in the report.

As appears in the report, AGPS does not hold a given party accountable for the war crimes committed in Syria. The situation, AGPS believes, is the outcome of different factors and crises wrought by all warring parties in Syria.

AGPS appeals to the International Criminal Court, among other international bodies, to urgently step in and prosecute those involved in war crimes and human rights violations against civilians, including Palestinian refugees.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8972