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Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon Launch Cry for Help

Published : 16-01-2020

Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon Launch Cry for Help

Palestinian activists and civil society institutions have raised alarm bells over the deteriorating humanitarian condition of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

Activists said displaced Palestinian families in Lebanon’s AlBekaa region have been struggling for survival due to the cold weather and freezing temperatures. The situation has been made worse due to the high unemployment rates and the denial of access to the local labor market by the Lebanese authorities.

Activist Mahmoud AlShehabi said many Palestinian families cannot afford food items to feed their starved children, buy medicines to their families, pay education charges, and shell out rental fees.

He said the humanitarian situation has taken a serious turn for the worse due to the crackdowns perpetrated by the Lebanese authorities and the cut of relief services by the UN Works and Relief Agency (UNRWA).

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria seeking shelter in Lebanon have been subjected to dire socio-economic conditions and a precarious legal status as the Lebanese authorities continue to rebuff their appeals for legal visas and access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9620

Palestinian activists and civil society institutions have raised alarm bells over the deteriorating humanitarian condition of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

Activists said displaced Palestinian families in Lebanon’s AlBekaa region have been struggling for survival due to the cold weather and freezing temperatures. The situation has been made worse due to the high unemployment rates and the denial of access to the local labor market by the Lebanese authorities.

Activist Mahmoud AlShehabi said many Palestinian families cannot afford food items to feed their starved children, buy medicines to their families, pay education charges, and shell out rental fees.

He said the humanitarian situation has taken a serious turn for the worse due to the crackdowns perpetrated by the Lebanese authorities and the cut of relief services by the UN Works and Relief Agency (UNRWA).

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria seeking shelter in Lebanon have been subjected to dire socio-economic conditions and a precarious legal status as the Lebanese authorities continue to rebuff their appeals for legal visas and access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9620