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Palestinian Camps in Syria Deprived of Eid Festivity

Published : 31-07-2020

Palestinian Camps in Syria Deprived of Eid Festivity

Photos circulated on social media networks show Palestinian refugee camps as being evacuated. The majority of Palestinian families have fled their houses and shelters for fear of being killed in the bloody shootouts.

A Palestinian refugee from Yarmouk Camp said the majority of families have abandoned their houses in the camp, dubbing the area “a ghost city”.

The situation has been just as tragic in other displacement camps across the Syrian territories, including Handarat and Deraa refugee camps.

Since the start of the crisis in 2011, UNRWA estimates that 120,000 Palestine refugees have left Syria for neighboring countries, and beyond.  

After nine years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria with immense humanitarian needs.

Palestine refugees from Syria have been severely affected by the ongoing armed conflict. Of the total 438,000 Palestine refugees from Syria, the vast majority require assistance.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10449

Photos circulated on social media networks show Palestinian refugee camps as being evacuated. The majority of Palestinian families have fled their houses and shelters for fear of being killed in the bloody shootouts.

A Palestinian refugee from Yarmouk Camp said the majority of families have abandoned their houses in the camp, dubbing the area “a ghost city”.

The situation has been just as tragic in other displacement camps across the Syrian territories, including Handarat and Deraa refugee camps.

Since the start of the crisis in 2011, UNRWA estimates that 120,000 Palestine refugees have left Syria for neighboring countries, and beyond.  

After nine years of conflict, Palestine refugees continue to be one of the most vulnerable groups in Syria with immense humanitarian needs.

Palestine refugees from Syria have been severely affected by the ongoing armed conflict. Of the total 438,000 Palestine refugees from Syria, the vast majority require assistance.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10449