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Palestinian Refugee Female Injured during her Return to Neirab Camp in Aleppo

Published : 02-08-2015

Palestinian Refugee Female Injured during her Return to Neirab Camp in Aleppo

In Aleppo, the Palestinian young woman «Aya Majid» 21-year-old from Neirab in Aleppo was injured in the Amiriya district while returning from the city of Aleppo, which is witnessing clashes and sniping between now and then between the Syrian army and groups of the Syrian opposition, which is a parallel zone to Ramouseh bridge which is considered a way for the people of the camp.

It is noteworthy that the tense security situation in the city of Aleppo and Neirab camp reflect negatively on residents and their movement, where many of whom fell victims and wounded due to the ongoing war, in addition to the bad economic conditions which destroyed the people, leading some of them to participate in the conflict, while hundreds of Palestinian families and youth escaped as a result of the security and living conditions headed for Turkey and European countries.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1627

In Aleppo, the Palestinian young woman «Aya Majid» 21-year-old from Neirab in Aleppo was injured in the Amiriya district while returning from the city of Aleppo, which is witnessing clashes and sniping between now and then between the Syrian army and groups of the Syrian opposition, which is a parallel zone to Ramouseh bridge which is considered a way for the people of the camp.

It is noteworthy that the tense security situation in the city of Aleppo and Neirab camp reflect negatively on residents and their movement, where many of whom fell victims and wounded due to the ongoing war, in addition to the bad economic conditions which destroyed the people, leading some of them to participate in the conflict, while hundreds of Palestinian families and youth escaped as a result of the security and living conditions headed for Turkey and European countries.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/1627