map
youtube twitter facebook Google Paly App Stores

Victims until today

4048

Stranded Palestinian Refugee in Sri Lanka Appeals for Urgent Humanitarian Action

Published : 17-08-2020

Stranded Palestinian Refugee in Sri Lanka Appeals for Urgent Humanitarian Action

Palestinian refugee from Syria Moadh Khalil Abu AlAlaa, previously sheltered in Yarmouk Camp, has appealed to the international humanitarian and human rights organizations to lend him a hand and help him with treatment fees.

Moadh, who is stranded in Sri Lanka, also appealed to the international institutions to work on securing his safe access to another European country to undergo the necessary medical treatment.

Moadh, an activist and a member of the Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Lebanon, has been diagnosed with colon cancer since 2018. He underwent a surgery and had his colon partially removed. 

In early 2020, Muadh traveled to a European country to carry on with treatment procedures but failed to pay the required fees. He was detained at Colombo airport and sent to jail. He was later released following efforts made by the Palestine Embassy. The immigration authorities agreed to transfer him from a prison to a hospital in Colombo after he had his fines paid for him.

Moadh’s health condition has taken a turn for the worse. Tumor remains still figure on his body. Medics said he needs urgent treatment.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10524

Palestinian refugee from Syria Moadh Khalil Abu AlAlaa, previously sheltered in Yarmouk Camp, has appealed to the international humanitarian and human rights organizations to lend him a hand and help him with treatment fees.

Moadh, who is stranded in Sri Lanka, also appealed to the international institutions to work on securing his safe access to another European country to undergo the necessary medical treatment.

Moadh, an activist and a member of the Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Lebanon, has been diagnosed with colon cancer since 2018. He underwent a surgery and had his colon partially removed. 

In early 2020, Muadh traveled to a European country to carry on with treatment procedures but failed to pay the required fees. He was detained at Colombo airport and sent to jail. He was later released following efforts made by the Palestine Embassy. The immigration authorities agreed to transfer him from a prison to a hospital in Colombo after he had his fines paid for him.

Moadh’s health condition has taken a turn for the worse. Tumor remains still figure on his body. Medics said he needs urgent treatment.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10524