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On Int’l Day of Non-Violence, Thousands of Palestinian Refugees Killed, Tortured in Syria

Published : 02-10-2021

On Int’l Day of Non-Violence, Thousands of Palestinian Refugees Killed, Tortured in Syria

Statistics released by AGPS on the International Day of Non-Violence, observed on October 2, kept record of thousands of physical violations perpetrated against Palestinian refugees since the launch of the Syrian conflict.

4,500 Palestinian refugees were killed as a result of the deadly air strikes, bloody shootouts, harsh torture, the blockade, or on way to other destinations via the “death boats.” 1,797 others have, meanwhile, been secretly held in Syrian dungeons, among them 110 women and girls.

Palestinian refugees in Syria have also been subjected to inhumane treatment and harsh psycho-physical torture. Over 5,000 refugees have been trapped in Babilla, Beit Sahem, Yalda, and Sidi Miqdad towns, south of Syria, after they were displaced from Yarmouk Camp.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees formerly sheltered in Yarmouk and Khan Eshieh have also been forcibly deported to northern Syria, where they have been grappling with dire living conditions.

AGPS continues to urge the Palestine Liberation Organization, UNRWA, and the Syrian authorities to live up to their responsibilities and take urgent action to save Palestinians scattered across the embattled Syrian territories and provide them with the physical, legal, and moral protection quite needed at such a critical stage.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12257

Statistics released by AGPS on the International Day of Non-Violence, observed on October 2, kept record of thousands of physical violations perpetrated against Palestinian refugees since the launch of the Syrian conflict.

4,500 Palestinian refugees were killed as a result of the deadly air strikes, bloody shootouts, harsh torture, the blockade, or on way to other destinations via the “death boats.” 1,797 others have, meanwhile, been secretly held in Syrian dungeons, among them 110 women and girls.

Palestinian refugees in Syria have also been subjected to inhumane treatment and harsh psycho-physical torture. Over 5,000 refugees have been trapped in Babilla, Beit Sahem, Yalda, and Sidi Miqdad towns, south of Syria, after they were displaced from Yarmouk Camp.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees formerly sheltered in Yarmouk and Khan Eshieh have also been forcibly deported to northern Syria, where they have been grappling with dire living conditions.

AGPS continues to urge the Palestine Liberation Organization, UNRWA, and the Syrian authorities to live up to their responsibilities and take urgent action to save Palestinians scattered across the embattled Syrian territories and provide them with the physical, legal, and moral protection quite needed at such a critical stage.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12257