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Palestinian Refugee Goes Missing in Syria Displacement Camp

Published : 21-07-2020

Palestinian Refugee Goes Missing in Syria Displacement Camp

Palestinian refugee Husain Ali Kabalawi, aged 17, disappeared on Sunday from a displacement camp in war-torn Syria.

The family said the condition and whereabouts of Husain, a resident of Jaramana camp for Palestinian refugees, remain unknown, raising concerns that he might have been abducted by pro-government militias.

According to AGPS statistics, 332 Palestinian refugees have gone missing in the embattled Syrian territories since the outbreak of the bloody conflict. Most of those who have disappeared in the country are residents of Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Activists have accused pro-government militias of targeting Palestinians in arbitrary abduction sweeps carried out under the security guise. Scores of families have been blackmailed over the release of their missing relatives and have paid large sums of money to brokers, crooked lawyers, or government officials to get pieces of information about their conditions.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10406

Palestinian refugee Husain Ali Kabalawi, aged 17, disappeared on Sunday from a displacement camp in war-torn Syria.

The family said the condition and whereabouts of Husain, a resident of Jaramana camp for Palestinian refugees, remain unknown, raising concerns that he might have been abducted by pro-government militias.

According to AGPS statistics, 332 Palestinian refugees have gone missing in the embattled Syrian territories since the outbreak of the bloody conflict. Most of those who have disappeared in the country are residents of Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees, south of Damascus.

Activists have accused pro-government militias of targeting Palestinians in arbitrary abduction sweeps carried out under the security guise. Scores of families have been blackmailed over the release of their missing relatives and have paid large sums of money to brokers, crooked lawyers, or government officials to get pieces of information about their conditions.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10406