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Civilians Subjected to Crackdowns at Regime Checkpoint in Syria’s AlHusainiya Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Published : 18-10-2021

Civilians Subjected to Crackdowns at Regime Checkpoint in Syria’s AlHusainiya Camp for Palestinian Refugees

Residents of AlHusainiya Camp denounced the crackdowns and movement restrictions they have been facing by Syrian security forces deployed at the main entrance to the camp.

A number of Syrian security officers reportedly refuse to pay the required sums of money for food items they purchase from local stores.

A so-called “Abu Ali Fateh”, former head of the studies department in the camp, sends his wife to get food and non-food items for free. A man called “Kanaan”, a relative of a regime officer, has also been mistreating and offending civilians and snatching goods from local shops. 

Security forces have also imposed taxes on bus drivers and transportation vehicles passing through the area, forcing drivers to change destinations. This has led to an exacerbated transportation crisis.

Over recent years, residents of AlHusainiya camp have denounced the absence of vital services in the area. The transportation crisis, price leap, absence of relief assistance and healthcare, power and water crises, and high rates of unemployment have made survival quite difficult for dozens of displaced Palestinian families.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12336

Residents of AlHusainiya Camp denounced the crackdowns and movement restrictions they have been facing by Syrian security forces deployed at the main entrance to the camp.

A number of Syrian security officers reportedly refuse to pay the required sums of money for food items they purchase from local stores.

A so-called “Abu Ali Fateh”, former head of the studies department in the camp, sends his wife to get food and non-food items for free. A man called “Kanaan”, a relative of a regime officer, has also been mistreating and offending civilians and snatching goods from local shops. 

Security forces have also imposed taxes on bus drivers and transportation vehicles passing through the area, forcing drivers to change destinations. This has led to an exacerbated transportation crisis.

Over recent years, residents of AlHusainiya camp have denounced the absence of vital services in the area. The transportation crisis, price leap, absence of relief assistance and healthcare, power and water crises, and high rates of unemployment have made survival quite difficult for dozens of displaced Palestinian families.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12336