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Property-Theft, Security Turmoil Reported in Handarat Camp for Palestine Refugees

Published : 26-09-2019

Property-Theft, Security Turmoil Reported in Handarat Camp for Palestine Refugees

Residents of Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, continue to sound the alarm over the security mayhem rocking the area.

Property-theft and burglary targeting civilian homes have increasingly been reported in the camp. Stolen materials include house furniture, ware, and power wires.

A resident said power wires have been stolen from a number of homes in Tarshiha and AlZeib neighborhoods. He held pro-government committees and AlQuds Brigade, affiliated with the Syrian government, responsible for the mayhem.

Palestinian refugees in Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, have been grappling with dire conditions due to the lack of humanitarian assistance and life-saving services. A severe water and power crisis also continues to rock the area. A massive destruction has been wrought on the infrastructure and civilian structures.

Heavy shelling on Handarat and bloody shootouts between the government forces and the opposition outfits led to the destruction of over 90% of buildings in the camp. The confrontations culminated in the government’s takeover of the camp along with other areas in Aleppo and the displacement of its residents on April 27, 2013.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9143

Residents of Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, continue to sound the alarm over the security mayhem rocking the area.

Property-theft and burglary targeting civilian homes have increasingly been reported in the camp. Stolen materials include house furniture, ware, and power wires.

A resident said power wires have been stolen from a number of homes in Tarshiha and AlZeib neighborhoods. He held pro-government committees and AlQuds Brigade, affiliated with the Syrian government, responsible for the mayhem.

Palestinian refugees in Handarat Camp, in Aleppo, have been grappling with dire conditions due to the lack of humanitarian assistance and life-saving services. A severe water and power crisis also continues to rock the area. A massive destruction has been wrought on the infrastructure and civilian structures.

Heavy shelling on Handarat and bloody shootouts between the government forces and the opposition outfits led to the destruction of over 90% of buildings in the camp. The confrontations culminated in the government’s takeover of the camp along with other areas in Aleppo and the displacement of its residents on April 27, 2013.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9143