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Pro-Gov’t Group in Syria Seizes Palestinian Property in Neirab Camp

Published : 17-10-2020

Pro-Gov’t Group in Syria Seizes Palestinian Property in Neirab Camp

The Action Group for Palestinians of Syria (AGPS) has warned of the misappropriation of Palestinian property and belongings by Liwaa AlQuds armed group, affiliated with the Syrian regime, in AlNeirab refugee camp under the pretext of affiliations with opposition groups.

Entitled, “Seizing Palestinian Refugees’ Property”, the report documents the takeover of a house and two commercial stores owned by Palestinian prisoner Yousef Dahoudi, along with three other houses belonging to displaced Palestinian families.

Liwaa AlQuds also seized a three-story building owned by Palestinian refugee Abdul Kader Shalabi.

Liwaa AlQuds political chief Adel Abdul Haq grabbed the house of Palestinian pediatrician Yousef Salim and a sewing factory on claims that it is located in a strategic zone and overlooks a farmland where opposition forces had been allegedly deployed.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10794

The Action Group for Palestinians of Syria (AGPS) has warned of the misappropriation of Palestinian property and belongings by Liwaa AlQuds armed group, affiliated with the Syrian regime, in AlNeirab refugee camp under the pretext of affiliations with opposition groups.

Entitled, “Seizing Palestinian Refugees’ Property”, the report documents the takeover of a house and two commercial stores owned by Palestinian prisoner Yousef Dahoudi, along with three other houses belonging to displaced Palestinian families.

Liwaa AlQuds also seized a three-story building owned by Palestinian refugee Abdul Kader Shalabi.

Liwaa AlQuds political chief Adel Abdul Haq grabbed the house of Palestinian pediatrician Yousef Salim and a sewing factory on claims that it is located in a strategic zone and overlooks a farmland where opposition forces had been allegedly deployed.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10794