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4 Palestinian Refugees Arrested by Syrian Security Forces in Rif Dimashq

Published : 16-09-2019

4 Palestinian Refugees Arrested by Syrian Security Forces in Rif Dimashq

Four Palestinian refugees were detained by Syria’s government forces in a manhunt targeting residents of Qudsaya, in Rif Dimashq.

According to Sawt AlAsima news website, a Syrian government patrol arrested on Friday, September 13, two Palestinian youths after they broke into their home in AlSakhriya neighborhood.

A squad from the Fourth Division deployed on the outskirts of the city also arrested two other young men on their way back from their workplaces in Qudsaya.

The security forces tightened military grip, restricting civilians’ free access out of and into the area.

Displaced Palestinian families taking shelter in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, continue to sound the alarm over the security turmoil overwhelming the area and the heavy deployment of political security forces across residential alleyways.

Local activists said a number of young men were arrested by the government security forces in Qudsaya without explainable reasons, amid rising concerns about forced military conscription at pro-government squads.

Some 6,000 Palestinian families displaced from Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus, continue to face dire socio-economic conditions in Qudsaya.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9100

Four Palestinian refugees were detained by Syria’s government forces in a manhunt targeting residents of Qudsaya, in Rif Dimashq.

According to Sawt AlAsima news website, a Syrian government patrol arrested on Friday, September 13, two Palestinian youths after they broke into their home in AlSakhriya neighborhood.

A squad from the Fourth Division deployed on the outskirts of the city also arrested two other young men on their way back from their workplaces in Qudsaya.

The security forces tightened military grip, restricting civilians’ free access out of and into the area.

Displaced Palestinian families taking shelter in Qudsaya town, in Rif Dimashq, continue to sound the alarm over the security turmoil overwhelming the area and the heavy deployment of political security forces across residential alleyways.

Local activists said a number of young men were arrested by the government security forces in Qudsaya without explainable reasons, amid rising concerns about forced military conscription at pro-government squads.

Some 6,000 Palestinian families displaced from Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus, continue to face dire socio-economic conditions in Qudsaya.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9100