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Palestinian Refugee Families Facing Dire Conditions in T’Seil Town

Published : 26-11-2021

Palestinian Refugee Families Facing Dire Conditions in T’Seil Town

Palestinian refugees taking shelter in T’seil town, in the southern Syrian province of Daraa, continue to launch cries for help over the exacerbated socio-economic conditions they have been enduring.

Palestinian families continue to call on all concerned parties, including UNRWA and the Palestine Liberation Organization, to rally around them and help them reconstruct their destroyed homes.

The situation has been made worse by the coronavirus outbreak across the war-torn country.

Palestinian refugees sheltered in T’seil also said their children’s safety is at high risk due to landmines and other dangerous items. Children on their way to and from school are highly exposed to the dangers of explosive ordnance. 

Palestinian families came to T’seil town following the 1948 catastrophe, after they were forced out of their homes in Palestine by Zionist militias.

Located some 30 kilometers north of Daraa city center, T’seil has been home to hundreds of Palestinian families.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12504

Palestinian refugees taking shelter in T’seil town, in the southern Syrian province of Daraa, continue to launch cries for help over the exacerbated socio-economic conditions they have been enduring.

Palestinian families continue to call on all concerned parties, including UNRWA and the Palestine Liberation Organization, to rally around them and help them reconstruct their destroyed homes.

The situation has been made worse by the coronavirus outbreak across the war-torn country.

Palestinian refugees sheltered in T’seil also said their children’s safety is at high risk due to landmines and other dangerous items. Children on their way to and from school are highly exposed to the dangers of explosive ordnance. 

Palestinian families came to T’seil town following the 1948 catastrophe, after they were forced out of their homes in Palestine by Zionist militias.

Located some 30 kilometers north of Daraa city center, T’seil has been home to hundreds of Palestinian families.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/12504