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Palestinians in Syria’s Deir Ballout Camp Appeal for Humanitarian Asylum

Published : 22-09-2019

Palestinians in Syria’s Deir Ballout Camp Appeal for Humanitarian Asylum

A vigil has been held by dozens of displaced Palestinian families sheltered in northern Syria to demand humanitarian asylum and safe access to European countries pending a just and lasting solution to their plight.

The displaced Palestinian families have railed against their tragic living conditions in the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout Camp, saying their humanitarian situation has taken a serious turn for the worse.

The refugees leveled heavy criticism at UNRWA and the Palestine Liberation Organization, along with other concerned NGOs, for failing to live up to their responsibilities as regards dozens of hopeless families taking shelter in Deir Ballout Camp.

The families called for the need to provide them with much-needed cash/in-kind aids, medical items, and relief services. Most of them have been crammed in poorly-equipped tents and denied their rights to vital services.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9126

A vigil has been held by dozens of displaced Palestinian families sheltered in northern Syria to demand humanitarian asylum and safe access to European countries pending a just and lasting solution to their plight.

The displaced Palestinian families have railed against their tragic living conditions in the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout Camp, saying their humanitarian situation has taken a serious turn for the worse.

The refugees leveled heavy criticism at UNRWA and the Palestine Liberation Organization, along with other concerned NGOs, for failing to live up to their responsibilities as regards dozens of hopeless families taking shelter in Deir Ballout Camp.

The families called for the need to provide them with much-needed cash/in-kind aids, medical items, and relief services. Most of them have been crammed in poorly-equipped tents and denied their rights to vital services.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9126