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Strategic Assessment (103): The Future of Syria’s Palestinians

Strategic Assessment (103): The Future of Syria’s Palestinians

14-10-2017

Al-Zaytouna Centre - Tariq Hammoud   Abstract: The legal status of the Palestinians in Syria has allowed them a national practice, which has shaped their political identity. Consequently, their leading role in the various stages of the Palestinian struggle has

This is My Story 2 – “Abu Muhammed” A witness of the tragic siege of Yarmouk camp and the suffering of refugees on the migration route

This is My Story 2 – “Abu Muhammed” A witness of the tragic siege of Yarmouk camp and the suffering of refugees on the migration route

25-09-2017

Action Group – Fayez Abu Eid The story of Palestinian-Syrian refugee “Abu Muhammad” (40 years old), is one of hundreds of stories of the Palestinian camps’ residents who suffered the horrors of the siege, dying of starvation, disease and displacement

My story: Tragedy of a refugee who lived the siege, tasted the bitterness of torment and pain of separation.

My story: Tragedy of a refugee who lived the siege, tasted the bitterness of torment and pain of separation.

03-05-2017

From within the mounds of debris into which civilian homes have been turned in war-torn Syria emerges the story of 46-year-old Abu Mohammed, who has been a living witness to the plight of war, undernourishment, destruction, and deportation. Like thousands

Palestinian Syrians: Twice refugees, As refugees continue to flee civil war in Syria, the road to asylum remains difficult for some Syrian-born Palestinians

Palestinian Syrians: Twice refugees, As refugees continue to flee civil war in Syria, the road to asylum remains difficult for some Syrian-born Palestinians

23-03-2016

Kait Bolongaro | 23 Mar 2016  -  Al Jazeera   Berlin, Germany - When Rami Al al-Hasan tried to explain to a German official that he was a Palestinian national from Syria, the case worker was puzzled. "[German officials] don't understand that I

UNRWA and the step by step policy

UNRWA and the step by step policy

16-01-2016

By Maher Shawish*    Reducing health services by UNRWA in Lebanon, is not the first step and will not be the last in terms of the declining services which is done thoughtfully and systematically by UNRWA, in the context of

Palestinians from Syria… Escaping death to death

Palestinians from Syria… Escaping death to death

08-01-2016

AGPS exclusive, Waseem Mahmoud   Years of war in Syria, and the ongoing conflict becoming heavier on the Palestinian refugees, as the Palestinian Camps and communities were destroyed completely or partially, and at least 3089 Palestinians were killed so

Typical Facts for the Dispersion of a Palestinian Family from Syria

Typical Facts for the Dispersion of a Palestinian Family from Syria

30-11-2015

By: Yaser Ali   It is a family like other families.They lived in the Yarmouk camp andwere considered one of the rich families. I witnessed their story from the very beginning... not tragic, not unique, but it is a

After Displacing More than One-Third of Palestinians of Syria, What is Next?

After Displacing More than One-Third of Palestinians of Syria, What is Next?

30-11-2015

By Alaa Al Barghouthi – Sweden   The suffering of Palestinians of Syria has been ongoing for five years now amid significant deterioration in the living and humanitarian situation of their camps in Syria.Such deterioration is not overlooked except

The Nakba of Yarmouk, and my Nakba, Exactly How I Lived Both

The Nakba of Yarmouk, and my Nakba, Exactly How I Lived Both

30-11-2015

By: Fayez Abu Eid   It was like a dream, as I looked from the window of the house where I had to resort with my family after we had left our house in Palestine Street near the Yarmouk Municipality

A Palestinian Doctor Tells his Testimony during his Detention in the Syrian Regime

A Palestinian Doctor Tells his Testimony during his Detention in the Syrian Regime's Prisons

13-10-2015

The Detainees and Missing Documentation Center in Syria published the testimony of the Palestinian Doctor Ahmed Al Reqeb, from Gaza Strip, who was released by the Syrian Regime. Al Reqeb explained about the severe torture in the departments of the

Palestinian Syrian Refugees… The Impending Disaster

Palestinian Syrian Refugees… The Impending Disaster

14-09-2015

Mustafa Qaoud A Palestinian Researcher-Sweden   600 immigrants drawn in the Mediterranean and the world is reluctant to give a helping hand   45,000 Palestinian refugees emigrated from Syria with a tragic humanitarian situation   15,000 Palestinians migrated

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Report| 'Khan Al Shieh'…The Forgotten Camp.

24-06-2015

*Ahmed Abdu-Damascus Suburb   Khan Al Shieh Camp or 'Al Awda' Camp is the name of a Palestinian Refugees' Camp, which is the nearest camp to Palestine in Syria. The camp is located in the western suburb of Damascus

Palestinians of Syria…Between Resolving and Administrating the Crisis.

Palestinians of Syria…Between Resolving and Administrating the Crisis.

10-06-2015

* Maher Shaweish- Beirut   After 4 years of the Palestinians of Syria crisis, most discussion still revolvesaround throwing responsibilities as well as consequences at others between reasons and justifications that each Palestinian party pretends in order to blame the

Yarmouk and the New "Engagement Era"

Yarmouk and the New "Engagement Era"

25-05-2015

  By: Mahmoud Sarhan   The late novelist, GhassanKanafani, spoke in one of his stories about the early stages of bitterness of the Palestinian asylum, and the permanent status ofalliance with poverty, hunger, and displacement. He spoke about "engagement time

Under Siege in Yarmouk.

Under Siege in Yarmouk.

07-05-2015

By Janine di Giovanni   “I remember the first person to starve to death,” recalls Ram Heramic, a 24-year-old from Yarmouk, the Syrian refugee camp 6 miles from Damascus center that ISIS fighters overran in early April. Yarmouk

Palestinians of Syria and the UN Security Council Initiative.

Palestinians of Syria and the UN Security Council Initiative.

30-04-2015

By: Ali Hwaidi, Beirut   The UN Security Council held an emergency session to discuss the recent developments suffered by the Yarmouk refugee camp from the first of April 2015, and led to ISIS breaking into the camp. The closed

The Palestinian Syrian Refugee, the Represented Yet Neglected

The Palestinian Syrian Refugee, the Represented Yet Neglected

18-03-2015

The fourth anniversary of the Syrian revolution passed on the 15th of March 2015 and entered its fifth year. All satellite channels revived this bitter anniversary to all Muslims and Arabs for the Syrian great position through the history in

"Sarah and Alaa," the Sniper Disunuted them in Life and reunited them in Death

"Sarah and Alaa," the Sniper Disunuted them in Life and reunited them in Death

27-03-2015

By Alaa Al Barghouti- Exclusive to the AGPS   Two lovers were distanced by the MIG warplane, the siege prevented their meeting, and a sniper shot separates them and reunited them in another world, a world with no planes, no

Beyond Inhumane’: Catastrophe in Yarmouk.

Beyond Inhumane’: Catastrophe in Yarmouk.

08-04-2015

Founded in 1957 just south of the Syrian capital of Damascus, the Yarmouk refugee camp was home to approximately 150,000 Palestinian refugees prior to the outbreak of the Syrian civil war in 2011. Today, there are approximately 18,000 Palestinian refugees and

How Yarmouk refugee camp became the worst place in Syria.

How Yarmouk refugee camp became the worst place in Syria.

21-03-2015

By. Jonathan Steele   On 18 January 2014, barely five miles from the centre of Damascus – with President Bashar al‑Assad’s office complex visible in the distance – a small crowd of desperate people emerged from a seemingly uninhabited wasteland

Inside the hellhole of Yarmouk, the refugee camp that shames the world.

Inside the hellhole of Yarmouk, the refugee camp that shames the world.

12-03-2015

The lexicon of man's inhumanity to man has a new word – Yarmouk. The camp, on the edge of Damascus, was once the bustling, vibrant heart of the Palestine refugee community in Syria, where 160,000 Palestinians lived in

From the Yarmouk Records (238) the Yarmouk and the Martyr "Abu Asif".

From the Yarmouk Records (238) the Yarmouk and the Martyr "Abu Asif".

03-03-2015

By Ali Bidwan   Abu Asif, Nemer Al Hussein, a martyr at the Yarmouk land, a good neighbor and person, from the notables of the Yarmouk, a man of values, morals, and principles, an Arabic language teacher in the high

Palestinians of Syria in Brazil Challenges and Responsibilities.

Palestinians of Syria in Brazil Challenges and Responsibilities.

18-02-2015

By JadallahSafa   Entire families have left Syria headed to Brazil, and others on the way… families of elderly, children, and university students' youth and others, families escaped the death in the Palestinian camps, roaming in the Brazilian streets and

The Future of the Palestinians of Syria.

The Future of the Palestinians of Syria.

14-02-2015

By: Dr. Isam Idwan   The Palestinian people in Syria have severely suffered during the four years of the Syrian Crises, while more than 2600 Palestinians were killed and injured, as well as most refugee camps were demolished and a

Palestinians of Syria...Presence with Absence Taste?!

Palestinians of Syria...Presence with Absence Taste?!

22-01-2015

Maher Shawish After almost four years of the Syrian crises, 2500 martyrs, thousands of wounded, in addition to hundreds of detainees and kidnapped of the Palestinians of Syria, a huge mass destruction of houses and properties in the Palestinian camps

Heartbreaking Appeal For Food From Palestinian Living In The Yarmouk Refugee Camp In Syria.

Heartbreaking Appeal For Food From Palestinian Living In The Yarmouk Refugee Camp In Syria.

21-01-2015

Samee Sulaiman   Yarmouk Camp is an “unofficial” refugee camp formerly hosting the largest Palestinian refugee community in Syria. Until recently, over a 100,000 Palestinians lived in the camp, which was built in 1957 for Palestinian refugees from the

340 Palestinian Syrian Refugees in Cyprus  Unknown Future.

340 Palestinian Syrian Refugees in Cyprus Unknown Future.

10-01-2015

Ali Howaidi Writer and Palestinian Affairs Researcher   After the Cypriot cost guards rescued the refugees' boat while heading to the Italian shores through the port of Mersin city in Turkey on 25-9-2014, and after receiving them and establishing a

Palestinian Activists Assassination at the Yarmouk Camp, in the best interest of  who?

Palestinian Activists Assassination at the Yarmouk Camp, in the best interest of who?

01-01-2015

Written by: Fayez Abu Eid   The assassination of "Mohammed Qasim Teraweia", official of Fatah Movement at the Yarmouk camp, on 23rd of December 2014, who was killed due to gunshot by unknown person while he was at the 30th

Lebanon accused of turning away some Palestinian Syrian refugees

Lebanon accused of turning away some Palestinian Syrian refugees

07-07-2014

Human Rights Watch and a UN refugee agency have expressed concern that Lebanon is blocking Palestinians fleeing Syria from entering the country.UNRWA, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, said it was "concerned about the increased restrictions on Palestine refugees

UN agency denounces killing of Palestinian refugee children

UN agency denounces killing of Palestinian refugee children

08-07-2014

The United Nations agency assisting Palestinian refugees across the Middle East today strongly condemned the recent killing of three Palestinian refugee children in different parts of Syria, and reiterated the UN's calls on all fighters to comply with international law

Palestinian students allowed to temporarily leave Yarmouk camp for school exams

Palestinian students allowed to temporarily leave Yarmouk camp for school exams

09-07-2014

Amid a “dire” situation in the Yarmouk refugee camp where thousands of civilians have been and hiding from snipers and often eating weeds to survive, the United Nations agency that administers aid to Palestinian refugees across the Middle East has

Assad is starving Palestinians to death in a Syrian camp, and nobody cares

Assad is starving Palestinians to death in a Syrian camp, and nobody cares

10-07-2014

t’s been three years since the civil war broke out in Syria, and there is no end in sight. More than 120,000 people have been killed so far. Two-and-a-half million Syrians are refugees. The damage to the country’s infrastructure

Tears of Yarmouk: Palestinian experience haunts Syria camp

Tears of Yarmouk: Palestinian experience haunts Syria camp

11-07-2014

By Ramzy BaroudRamzy Baroud is an internationally-syndicated columnist, a media consultant and the editor of PalestineChronicle.com. His latest book is "My Father Was a Freedom Fighter: Gaza's Untold Story." In the early days of the Syrian uprising-turned civil war three