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Palestinian Families from Syria Grappling with Abject Conditions in Besieged Gaza

Published : 18-09-2019

Palestinian Families from Syria Grappling with Abject Conditions in Besieged Gaza

Thousands of Palestinian refugees from Syria who returned to the blockaded Gaza Strip have been enduring dire living conditions due to the 12-year-long Israeli siege and the devastating upshots of the Israeli onslaughts on the coastal enclave.

The Palestinians of Syria in Gaza attributed the crisis to the apathy maintained by the human rights institutions, most notably the UNRWA and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

The number of Palestinian refugees who returned to the besieged Gaza Strip from war-torn Syria until mid-June is estimated at 400 (150 families), down from 1,000 refugees (360 families) in previous years.

Civilians continue to launch cries for help over the high rates of unemployment, lack of financial resources, and movement crackdowns, which they said have made life quite unbearable in Gaza.

The offensives launched by the Israeli military on Gaza have turned the enclave into a hell on earth as most families have lost their sources of incomes, homes, and property. The lack of relief assistance has added bad to worse.

Over recent years, the refugees kept urging the Palestinian Authority, PLO, political factions, and international institutions to live up to their responsibilities, including securing the refugees’ moral and physical protection, in line with international law.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9107

Thousands of Palestinian refugees from Syria who returned to the blockaded Gaza Strip have been enduring dire living conditions due to the 12-year-long Israeli siege and the devastating upshots of the Israeli onslaughts on the coastal enclave.

The Palestinians of Syria in Gaza attributed the crisis to the apathy maintained by the human rights institutions, most notably the UNRWA and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

The number of Palestinian refugees who returned to the besieged Gaza Strip from war-torn Syria until mid-June is estimated at 400 (150 families), down from 1,000 refugees (360 families) in previous years.

Civilians continue to launch cries for help over the high rates of unemployment, lack of financial resources, and movement crackdowns, which they said have made life quite unbearable in Gaza.

The offensives launched by the Israeli military on Gaza have turned the enclave into a hell on earth as most families have lost their sources of incomes, homes, and property. The lack of relief assistance has added bad to worse.

Over recent years, the refugees kept urging the Palestinian Authority, PLO, political factions, and international institutions to live up to their responsibilities, including securing the refugees’ moral and physical protection, in line with international law.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9107