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Yarmouk Residents Appeal for Removal of Dead Bodies

Published : 29-04-2020

Yarmouk Residents Appeal for Removal of Dead Bodies

Activists and civilians in Yarmouk Camp called on the concerned authorities and humanitarian organizations to urgently step in so as to remove the bodies of five residents who have remained under the mounds of debris piled up in the camp.

According to local activists, the bodies of Haifa AlHaj and her husband Mohamed Hadaba, along with Inshirah AlShaabi, Abdul Hadi Ghoutani, Basema Ghoutani, Walid AlWazir, and Salah Abeiat have been stranded under the stacks of debris in the camp.

The victims were killed in the offensive launched by the Syrian fighter jets on April 19, 2018 to recapture the camp.

Over recent years, AGPS has called on the Syrian government to allow paramedics and civil defense crews a safe access to Yarmouk Camp so as to remove the bodies of civilians who were killed in the round of hostilities launched by the government forces.

The Syrian government forces regained control over Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns, following a 33-day military operation launched on April 19. Over 30 civilians were killed and dozens more injured in the offensive. Heavy material damage was wrought on more than 60% of civilian buildings and property.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10033

Activists and civilians in Yarmouk Camp called on the concerned authorities and humanitarian organizations to urgently step in so as to remove the bodies of five residents who have remained under the mounds of debris piled up in the camp.

According to local activists, the bodies of Haifa AlHaj and her husband Mohamed Hadaba, along with Inshirah AlShaabi, Abdul Hadi Ghoutani, Basema Ghoutani, Walid AlWazir, and Salah Abeiat have been stranded under the stacks of debris in the camp.

The victims were killed in the offensive launched by the Syrian fighter jets on April 19, 2018 to recapture the camp.

Over recent years, AGPS has called on the Syrian government to allow paramedics and civil defense crews a safe access to Yarmouk Camp so as to remove the bodies of civilians who were killed in the round of hostilities launched by the government forces.

The Syrian government forces regained control over Yarmouk Camp and southern Damascus towns, following a 33-day military operation launched on April 19. Over 30 civilians were killed and dozens more injured in the offensive. Heavy material damage was wrought on more than 60% of civilian buildings and property.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10033