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AGPS: 484 Female Palestinian Refugees Killed, 40 Missing in War-Torn Syria

Published : 01-11-2019

AGPS: 484 Female Palestinian Refugees Killed, 40 Missing in War-Torn Syria

AGPS has documented the death of 484 Palestinian women and girls all the way through Syria’s eight-year conflict, making 16% of the overall death toll for the period from March 2011 to October 2019.

The list includes 240 female refugees who died under shelling; 68 who died as a result of the blockade and medical neglect in Yarmouk Camp; and 28 others who were fatally shot by snipers.

37 female refugees were, meanwhile, killed in blasts; 24 were gunned down; 26 drowned at sea; five were extra-judicially executed; 34 were tortured to death in Syrian prisons; and 20 others died of other reasons, including murder, assassination, suicide, suffocation, health setbacks, and Israeli bullet fire.

As for the geographical distribution of the victims, Damascus topped the list with 163 female refugees, followed by Rif Dimashq, with 152 casualties. 20 others died in Aleppo. 66 female Palestinian refugees also died in Daraa, eight in Hums, one in Hama, and another in AlRamal Camp, in Latakia.

According to AGPS statistics, 40 women and girls have also gone missing in the violence-prone country.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9298

AGPS has documented the death of 484 Palestinian women and girls all the way through Syria’s eight-year conflict, making 16% of the overall death toll for the period from March 2011 to October 2019.

The list includes 240 female refugees who died under shelling; 68 who died as a result of the blockade and medical neglect in Yarmouk Camp; and 28 others who were fatally shot by snipers.

37 female refugees were, meanwhile, killed in blasts; 24 were gunned down; 26 drowned at sea; five were extra-judicially executed; 34 were tortured to death in Syrian prisons; and 20 others died of other reasons, including murder, assassination, suicide, suffocation, health setbacks, and Israeli bullet fire.

As for the geographical distribution of the victims, Damascus topped the list with 163 female refugees, followed by Rif Dimashq, with 152 casualties. 20 others died in Aleppo. 66 female Palestinian refugees also died in Daraa, eight in Hums, one in Hama, and another in AlRamal Camp, in Latakia.

According to AGPS statistics, 40 women and girls have also gone missing in the violence-prone country.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9298